Washington | Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will promise his countrymen that safety would be restored in the US once he is elected as the president of the nation in January 2017, as he accepts the Republican Party’s White House nomination.
Many have witnessed this violence personally, some have even been its victims. I have a message for all of you: the crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon come to an end. Beginning on January 20th 2017, safety will be restore…, Trump will say in his speech here in a few hours.
Trump, 70, who was nominated as the Republican presidential candidate for the November general elections, is scheduled to deliver his much awaited acceptance speech in a few hours. It is a dream come true for Trump, a real estate billionaire from New York. A major political donor for decades, Trump joined politics about 13 months ago, when no political pundits of any significance took him seriously. For some he was even considered as a reality star, given his past show in television.
US President Barack Obama, and even several of his Republican political rivals said that politics is not a reality TV. But an undeterred, Trump kept on raising issues and topics which many considered as controversial that found its resonance with the members of the Republican party. In the process he defeated as many as 16 Republican presidential aspirants, many of whom were governors, Senators and those coming from well-established political family with no dearth of money.
Trump, a successful business man, self-funded his campaign and spent less than money than most of his partys other presidential candidates. He ran an unconventional campaign. In the November general elections, he faces a tough battle from the former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. She is the first woman to be ever nominated by a major political party of the US for the White House.
Clinton would be officially nominated as the Democratic presidential candidate at the party’s convention in Philadelphia next week. Well aware that it’s now an uphill task to climb, given the internal divisions within the party and that Clinton is leading in all major national polls, Trump is expected to use his acceptance speech to launch a scathing attack on the former Secretary of State.
America is far less safe and the world is far less stable than when Obama made the decision to put Hillary Clinton in charge of America’s foreign policy. I am certain it is a decision he truly regrets, Trump said according to the excerpts of the speech. Her bad instincts and her bad judgment something pointed out by Bernie Sanders are what caused many of the disasters unfolding today. But Hillary Clinton’s legacy does not have to be America’s legacy, Trump will say according to his campaign.
The problems we face now poverty and violence at home, war and destruction abroad will last only as long as we continue relying on the same politicians who created them, Trump will add. In his speech Trump will continue with his theme of America First and Make America Great Again.
As long as we are led by politicians who will not put America First, then we can be assured that other nations will not treat America with respect. This will all change when I take office. My message is that things have to change and they have to change right now, he will say. ?Every day I wake up determined to deliver a better life for the people all across this nation that have been neglected, ignored, and abandoned, he will add.
Middle-income Americans and businesses will experience profound relief, and taxes will be greatly simplified for everyone. America is one of the highest-taxed nations in the world. Reducing taxes will cause new companies and new jobs to come roaring back into our country, the Republican leader will say. Then we are going to deal with the issue of regulation, one of the greatest job-killers of them all. Excessive regulation is costing our country as much as 2 trillion dollars a year, and we will end it, he will promise. With these new economic policies, trillions of dollars will start flowing into the country, he will argue.
This new wealth will improve the quality of life for all Americans. We will build the roads, highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, and the railways of tomorrow, he will say. This, in turn, will create millions more jobs, he will argue. We will rescue kids from failing schools by helping their parents send them to a safe school of their choice, Trump will say.