Trump Rallies Supporters In Las Vegas, Blasts Biden

A large, energetic crowd braved scorching 100-degree temperatures to attend Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sunday, marking the former president’s second public appearance since his conviction in a Manhattan courtroom. Trump, who was found guilty on 34 counts of business fraud in late May, appeared undeterred by the verdict as he addressed the thousands of supporters gathered at Sunset Park.

Speaking for over an hour without the aid of notes or a teleprompter, Trump took aim at President Joe Biden, labeling his administration as a “weak and failed regime” and accusing the “Biden crime family” of weaponizing the Department of Justice. The former president also dismissed his own conviction as “bulls–t,” vowing to “make America great again” by defeating Biden in the upcoming election.

Trump’s signature humor was on full display as he mocked Biden’s age, mental fitness, and frequent trips to the beaches of Delaware. “This guy goes to the beach all the time. Somebody thinks he looks good in a bathing suit. I don’t know,” he quipped, eliciting laughter and cheers from the crowd.

Despite the recent conviction, recent polls suggest that Trump’s popularity remains strong, with the former president either tied with or leading Biden in hypothetical matchups. The Las Vegas rally, which drew a massive crowd despite the sweltering heat, showcased Trump’s ability to energize his base and command attention as he gears up for the 2024 presidential race.

As the election season unfolds, Trump’s resilience in the face of legal challenges and his unwavering support from a dedicated base of voters are likely to play a significant role in shaping the political landscape. The former president’s ability to connect with his supporters and deliver his message with humor and conviction remains a key asset in his bid to reclaim the White House.

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