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Trump Warns Americans Ahead of Election: ‘Most Important Day in The History of Our Country’

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OPINION: This article may contain commentary which reflects the author's opinion.


Former President Donald Trump has warned Americans that if they do not vote for him in the November presidential election, they will no longer have a country.

“The most important day in the history of our country is going to be November 5,” Trump said. “Our country is going bad. And it’s going to be changed on November 5, and if it’s not changed, we’re not going to have a country anymore.”

During the segment, one of the topics Trump discussed was Truth Social, the former president’s social media website.

On Friday, the shareholders of Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG) and Digital World Acquisition Corp. (DWAC), an established shell company, decided to merge, paving the path for the former president’s business to go public.

With 58 percent ownership, Trump would be the first American president to hold a major position in a publicly traded company should he win the presidency in November. He has previously had stocks available for purchase, though.

In his interview with the Fox News host, Trump discussed the merger and Truth Social.

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Kilmeade asked Trump, “You probably got an extra $5 billion in your checking account, What does that mean to you?”

“Truth has been amazing, Trump said.

“It gave me a voice. And when I was terminated from Twitter, it was vicious, and then all of a sudden I didn’t have a voice. And now it’s public. And the stock has gone through the roof. And really this is, I think in the true sense, this is really a great sign of where the people in this country stand. I view it as a poll. And I call it the voice. It’s the voice of America. It’s my voice,” Trump added.

Trump got another round of good news last week after a new poll found that he is leading President Joe Biden in Texas by twice his margin of victory four years ago in the race for Texas’ 40 electoral votes.

Also, according to the Marist College survey released this month, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz leading Democratic opponent Rep. Colin Allred by six points in a crucial Senate contest as the GOP looks to recapture the majority in the chamber in November’s elections.

Among registered voters, the former president leads his successor in the White House by 11 points (55%–44%), according to the Marist poll. That said, Trump’s advantage among those who say they will definitely cast a ballot in the November election drops to 7 points (53%–46%).

“Independents, who Biden carried by 6 percentage points in 2020, now break for Trump. Trump receives 56% of Texas independents to 41% for Biden,” the release from Marist highlights.

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According to the poll, Trump has significantly increased his support among black and Latino voters, while Biden appears to have lost ground with younger voters.

Last week, Trump accepted Biden’s offer for two debates ahead of early voting that is slated to begin in the fall. However, some leading Democrats are already expressing concerns about the agreement, perhaps because of Biden’s apparent cognitive decline.

After Trump said he was in, Biden said in a post on X that he “received and accepted an invitation” from CNN for a debate on June 27.  “Over to you, Donald. As you said: anywhere, any time, any place,” Biden wrote.

The proposal, initially detailed by the Biden-Harris campaign in a letter to the bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates on Wednesday morning, moves away from the longstanding tradition of three fall debates organized by the commission.

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Following the announcement, Trump told Fox News that he would agree to the incumbent Democrat’s proposed timeline.

“Crooked Joe Biden is the worst debater I have ever faced – he can’t put two sentences together,” Trump told Fox News Digital. “Crooked is also the worst president in the history of the United States, by far.”

Trump also told the outlet that “it is time for a debate to take place – even if it has to be held through the offices of the Commission on Presidential Debates, which are totally controlled by Democrats and who, as people remember, got caught cheating with me with debate sound levels.”

“I’m ready to go,” Trump said. “The dates that they proposed are fine. Anywhere. Anytime. Any place. Let’s see if Joe can make it to the stand-up podium.”

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