Sunday, January 9, 2022

TRUMP NEWS: Donald Trump Is Betting Favorite To Win 2024 Election; Trump: Govt ‘Must Be Reined In,’ People Must Have ‘Freedom to Decide Whether They Want to Be Vaccinated’; His New Social Media Platform Set to Launch on Feb, 21, and other Trump related stories

Donald Trump Is Betting Favorite To Win 2024 Election:
Former president Donald Trump is the favorite to win the 2024 presidential election, according to the online betting site
Bettors picked Trump to regain the White House in 2024 by eight-to-five odds as of Friday afternoon, less steep than any other candidate. President Joe Biden was the next closest candidate with seven-to-one odds, followed by Florida governor Ron DeSantis (R.) with eight-to-one odds. Vice President Kamala Harris and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg were tied as the fourth most favored candidates. Their odds were 20 to 1.
Optimism over Trump's candidacy has risen steadily since October, when he overcame Biden as the odds-on favorite to win the presidency, according to the Las Vegas Review Journal., an aggregator of betting sites,,, and, gives the former president a 28-percent chance of recapturing the Oval Office. It gives Biden a 17-percent chance and Harris a 10-percent chance. --->READ MORE HERE
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Donald Trump: Government ‘Must Be Reined In,’ People Must Have ‘Freedom to Decide Whether They Want to Be Vaccinated’:
The federal government “must be reined in” and allow Americans to exercise the basic freedom to decide what to do with their body in terms of getting a vaccine for the Chinese coronavirus, former President Donald Trump said in a sharp statement Wednesday.
“The Biden Administration’s response to COVID is getting worse every day,” Trump began, quoting Biden, who suggested there is “no federal solution” to the pandemic despite vowing to get the virus under control in 2020, prior to taking office. Further, in December, the U.S. death toll for the virus surpassed Trump’s last 12 months in office, despite Biden being at the helm and the widespread availability of vaccines. Notably, during a presidential debate in October 2020, Biden asserted that “anyone who’s responsible for that many deaths” should “not remain as President of the United States of America.” The death toll stood around 220,000 at that time.
Trump continued, knocking Biden for federalizing the distribution of lifesaving coronavirus treatment — an issue Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) has also brought to the forefront. Because of that, Trump continued, “red states are getting the short end of the stick.”
“In my administration, we respected the role of Governors to take care of their own states, and they could request antibodies and therapeutics depending on what they needed. That’s the way our Country is supposed to be run,” he continued, blasting the Biden administration’s outrageous attempts at overreach: --->READ MORE HERE
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