Donald Trump: ‘The American dream is dead, I will make it bigger, and better, and stronger!’
Donald Trump spoke at the FreedomFest conference in Las Vegas, telling delegates of his undying passion for securing America’s border, talks about the slanted portrayal of him in the mainstream media, and how he believes that China and Mexico have “smarter leaders” than the United States.
Some libertarians, who the conference is aimed at, believed that Trump would receive a hostile reception at FreedomFest. But the crowd was generally supportive, or at least open-minded, to Trump’s run. One delegate told Breitbart London, “He doesn’t pretend to be anything. People were surprisingly supportive of him.”
On wealth creation and jobs, Trump spoke passionately about how there should be more jobs in the U.S. instead of calling a company’s customer service line and ending up with someone in New Delhi, these jobs belong in America, not overseas.
On immigration, he talked up a wall for the U.S.-Mexico border and directly accused the Mexican government of intentionally, “sending us their problems.”
“I love the Mexican people… The problem is their leaders are much smarter than ours…” he repined. “I love people to come into the country legally,” he said, before attacking a commonly held libertarian viewpoint that illegal immigration is to be tolerated.
Standing in front of an animated screen in Las Vegas on Saturday, Trump spoke passionately for almost a half an hour, hitting some of his main talking points: President Obama’s weakness, a ‘porous’ Southern border, his business successes, and even Benghazi.
Trump made illegal immigration the primary focus of his speech, railing against the Mexican government for sending illegal immigrants to the US.
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