• May 22, 2024

Trump Gets Surprise Guest at Mar-A-Lago

Trump Gets Surprise Guest at Mar-A-Lago – Famous World Leader Leaves Biden Speechless

Who is the President of the United States in 2024? Technically it’s Joe Biden, of course, but ask around and you’ll get many different answers.

Many have speculated that Joe is not calling all the shots. Instead his wife Jill—or his cabinet, filled with the far-left of the Democratic party—are driving White House policy. Meanwhile, former President Donald Trump looms large, leading in most 2024 polls as the general election contender to the aging Biden.

But Donald’s not just sitting in court these days, fending off what many consider to be scurrilous or even politically malicious lawsuits timed to interfere with his general campaign. Neither is he just doing rallies or playing golf at Bedminster. In fact, the former President seems to be taking up some presidential duties of his own as he had a surprising guest join him at his Florida home in Mar-A-Lago.

From Fox News:

Former U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron met with former President Donald Trump in a surprise visit to Mar-a-Lago on Monday.

Cameron, who now serves as the U.K. foreign secretary, is in the U.S. to urge lawmakers to back additional funding to Ukraine in its war against Russia and a spokesperson for the British government’s Foreign Office described it as “standard practice” to meet with an opposition candidate, with Trump being the presumptive Republican nominee for this year’s presidential election.

As the world looks on at the fractious political landscape of the leading nation on the globe, we are starting to see anticipation for Trump to take the reins back in Washington for a second term.

If Trump was trailing Biden significantly in the polls, do you think our top allies would be sending their leadership directly to Donald’s home to discuss future policy? Unlikely. But as the chances of a 2nd non-consecutive term increase—a feat only achieved by Grover Cleveland— leaders are starting to move their chess pieces into place.

And not on humdrum topics either—the war in Ukraine has been a major point of contention globally, in America, and especially in the Republican party. Concerns for oversight and the high level of funding being poured into Ukraine have become even clearer in light of Biden’s 2nd consecutive war in Israel, which has received far less in funding or resolute support than Russia’s neighbor.

Trump himself has declared that with his foreign policy, not only would this war never have happened, but if he was in the White House he could put an end to the conflict in 24 hours. Trump “the dealmaker” seems more than ready to bring relative peace back to the globe rather than seeing new wars spark up each year as Biden tries a play-nice foreign policy with enemies such as Iran and Hamas.

Some global leadership and media have speculated over Trump’s comments that he would put a stop to the endless flow of cash to Ukraine and open the door to Russia sweeping through Europe. This may have motivated Cameron to make a face-to-face personal plea over Ukrainian funding, but this concern over Trump’s foreign policy seems ironic in the face of his 1st term results and his America First policies.

As these two wars continue to devastate parts of the globe and raise international tensions between the West and a growing Axis of Russia, Iran and China, at least one person clearly wants a swift and just end to both conflicts: President Trump. And the polls seem to indicate that if Biden does not oversee their conclusion, Trump is likely to be in a position to do so in January 2025.

Key Takeaways:

  • U.K’s former Prime Minister and current foreign secretary David Cameron made an unexpected visit to Mar-A-Lago this week.
  • They claim it is “standard practice” to communicate about future foreign policy with top general election candidates.
  • Trump has been demonstrative about bringing a swift end to the protracted war between Ukraine and Russia, which may jeopardize the significant stream of funding from taxpayers to continue a war with no clear solutions.

Source: Fox News

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Jon Brenner

Patriot Journal’s Managing Editor has followed politics since he was a kid, with Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush as his role models. He hopes to see America return to limited government and the founding principles that made it the greatest nation in history.

Patriot Journal’s Managing Editor has followed politics since he was a kid, with Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush as his role models. He hopes to see America return to limited government and the founding principles that made it the greatest nation in history.

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