Trump: It’s Time to Start “Promoting American Values” Again!

Donald Trump continued to work on “softening” his image while stumping at a campaign rally in Tampa, Florida this past Wednesday. During his speech he told the gathered audience that it was time to begin promoting American values again and the way to do that was by electing him as President. Trump argued that he was a “change agent” for a nation that desperately needs to shift our current trajectory, and that if Hillary Clinton is elected she would simply continue with the current, corrupt, status quo.

Moving forward, we are going to start promoting American values once again.

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It is time to put the era of division behind us, and to embrace a New American Future based on our common values and principles. If people don’t like our values, or our principles, tell them: Don’t come in.

I understand that the Wall Street donors, and the Washington insiders, don’t want change. They want things to keep on going exactly as they are.

That’s why they are throwing so much money at Hillary Clinton.

It’s the powerful protecting the powerful. I used to be doing that also, I know the business better than anybody. I know this subject better than anybody who has ever run for any office… It took just a few words: “I am going to run for president,” and I became an outsider.

Insiders fighting for insiders.

I am fighting for you. That’s why I’m doing it… Believe me, I didn’t need to do this. It is a lot of work, a lot of energy. We are doing well, it is a movement, a real movement. We’re going to get it turned around…

So I am the change agent. And Hillary Clinton is the defender of the corrupt status quo. I don’t think you could be too hapy with the status quo. I’m asking for your vote so we can create the New American Future.

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