This year’s Republican National Convention has been through its ups and downs.
Thanks to widespread lockdowns and lingering COVID fears, some of the original event has been canceled.
At first, the GOP was going to move much of the convention to Florida. But those plans have been changed as well.
Questions continue to linger over perhaps the biggest part of the event: Trump’s Presidential Nomination Acceptance Speech.
Not only will he accept the party’s nomination, but he will give what will be a rousing speech outlining his second term and agenda.
He recently mentioned maybe doing it at the White House. Democrats, including Nancy Pelosi, nearly had a meltdown.
Now, he’s announced an update for the speech’s location. Two locations are left in the running:
We have narrowed the Presidential Nomination Acceptance Speech, to be delivered on the final night of the Convention (Thursday), to two locations – The Great Battlefield of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and the White House, Washington, D.C. We will announce the decision soon!
President Trump took to Twitter to announce that he’s narrowed down the location to be at either two locations.
He might deliver it as he recently mentioned, at the White House. Or, he might give it at Gettysburg, where a pivotal battle was fought during the Civil War.
Trump supporters are most likely very eager to hear this speech. While all will not be able to attend this year’s convention, millions will be watching on TV and online.
The White House is an obvious location choice. But Democrats might continue to put up a fuss, saying it’s “no place” for politics.
Sure, we believe their outraged.
Gettysburg might be the best location imaginable. It was where Lincoln gave his historic “Gettysburg Address” a relatively short speech that united the nation during its struggle against the Confederacy.
Much of what we are going through today mirrors that time. The United States was battling to end a massive rift between the North and South.
Rebels sought to destroy the nation, bringing destruction across the country.
President Lincoln was unshaken in his willingness to succeed and re-united the country. And he did just that.
Today, radical leftists want to tear the country apart and impose toxic socialism.
The left-wing media has been waging a war to divide the country and turn Americans against their president.
It all rests on who wins in November.
I for one can’t think of a better location.
- President Trump revealed two possible locations for his nomination acceptance speech.
- Trump teased that it might be the White House or at Gettysburg, the location of a famous battle.