Rep. Donalds Says Trump Trial Boosts Popularity, Criticizes Biden Leadership

Rep. Byron Donalds, also known as a cool dude from Florida, went on TV to talk about some hot gossip regarding former President Trump. He basically said that all this fuss about Trump’s trial in New York is just going to make more people like him. That’s right, folks. Donalds thinks the Democrats are shooting themselves in the foot with this one.

He brought up a good point about how Trump got a bunch of new fans when he was indicted last year. People were all like, “Why are you picking on Trump when there’s so much other stuff going on in the world?” And honestly, he has a point. The world is kind of a hot mess right now, so why spend so much time going after the former president?

Donalds really laid into President Biden, calling him a “master of disaster” and saying he’s led America to its weakest point in over 40 years. Ouch! He thinks it’s silly for the media and the Dems to be all up in arms about Trump when things were supposedly better when he was in charge.

He even threw some shade at other countries for doing “whatever they want” and not paying attention to Biden’s warnings. It looks like he’s trying to make the case that Trump needs to come back and save the day because Biden just isn’t cutting it.

And get this, folks: there’s talk that Donalds might be Trump’s pick for vice president in the next election. Can you imagine? A cool dude like Donalds teaming up with Trump? That’s a wild combination.

In the end, Trump seems to be doing just fine as the presumptive GOP nominee for 2024, even with all the drama surrounding his trial. So, at the end of the day, things might just work out in Trump’s favor. Looks like the Dems might want to rethink their strategy if they want to take him down.

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