Team Trump Given Warning After Dominating Town Hall

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The former president of the United States joined CNN on Wednesday night for a town hall in New Hampshire. The event received praise from the audience as well as conservative media.

President Donald Trump interacted with the audience while exuding confidence following his performance at a CNN town hall on Wednesday night. The interaction was recorded in a now-viral video.

Trump said, “Have a good time, everybody,” before waving to ecstatic supporters and exiting the platform, describing the situation as “friendly.” Off-screen, cheers for the former president could be heard as he recited his campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” as a supporter exclaimed, “You did awesome Trump!”

Trump’s campaign team was reportedly “thrilled” with how the event went, according to the New York Times, while media pundits and lefty commenters were outraged that he had a primetime hour on cable news to himself.

The event, which required the campaign to work closely with a network they have always been wary of, resulted in a very receptive audience that joined Trump in laughing at his jokes and jeering the moderator Kaitlan Collins as she attempted to refute untrue claims about the 2020 election.

As praise for the former president’s Wednesday night town hall performance plagued leftists and their political pundits, liberal media took the opportunity of the attention to redirect the narrative by warning the country to watch out for team Trump’s anti-Semitic views and far-right conspiracies.

“Starting Thursday evening, crowds are expected to gather at former President Donald Trump’s Doral resort for a weekend conference of conservative figures, some of whom have praised Hitler or espoused debunked claims about elections and vaccines,” Yahoo News warned their readers of what’s to come.”Thousands are meeting at Trump National Doral Miami for the latest stop of the ReAwaken America Tour, an event that features Christian themes and appearances around the country by some of Trump’s inner circle.”

The outlet made it sound as though the gathering was some kind of equivalent to a clan rally, perhaps in an effort to discredit their opposing political views and instill fear and anger in others. In actuality, the gathering seeks to save the nation by exposing the truth about fraud in elections, healthcare, and the media, according to the founder of the ReAwaken America Tour.

Yahoo News didn’t stop their diatribe against the event there, as they continued to warn that “the event shows the extent to which election deniers, anti-vaxxers and Jan. 6 sympathizers continue to surround Trump, the leading candidate to secure the 2024 Republican nomination for president.”

Among the featured speakers at the event whom Yahoo evidently deems as extreme are part of Trump’s inner circle, including son Eric Trump, daughter-in-law Lara Trump and Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes. Other Trump regulars expected to speak, who are frequently in the left’s crosshairs, are Alex Jones, Roger Stone, Michael Flynn, Sidney Powell, and Mike Lindell.


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