Representative Matt Gaetz was interviewed before President Trump’s July 4th weekend rally in Sarasota, Florida and he made it clear that due to President Trump’s tremendous leadership, “This is Donald Trump’s Republican Party”.
Despite the naysayers, nobody in history has stood up and fought for the American people like President Trump.
At least 45,000 turned out and waited for President Trump despite a torrential rainfall this afternoon.
Another 400,000 supporters viewed the rally live on the RSBN Rumble network.
Rep. Gaetz shared a clip to Twitter.
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Gaetz: President Trump is the leader of the Republican Party. There are other people trying to claim that mantle, and so I think they’re getting here President Trump rally his supporters, and also ingrain the values of our movement into the national discussion. It’s so easy to get down when you see all the negativity coming out of Washington, and I expect to draw a contrast between the progress of his presidency, and the chaos of the Biden presidency
Reporter: What about some of the GOP leadership right now? I don’t know if you want to speak to that.I have a feeling we’ll hear about that from President Trump tonight,
Well we’re not going back to the days of the Romneys or the Cheneys or the Bushes. This is Donald Trump’s Republican Party I’m a Donald Trump Republican, and this is a man who is going to continue to inspire this movement, and lead this movement to even greater heights.
President Donald Trump is the leader of the Republican Party! pic.twitter.com/SlOcJ3wtF4
— Rep. Matt Gaetz (@RepMattGaetz) July 3, 2021
President Trump used his platform to stand up for the American people.
During the rally, he again rang the question, “Who shot Ashli Babbitt?” And condemned weak Republican leaders like Mitch McConnell who refuse to talk about these real issues.
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