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Former President Donald Trump Officially Files for New Hampshire Primary

New Hampshire Roars: Trump’s Grand Entrance Elicits Massive Crowd Cheers!

DERRY, New Hampshire — In a display of unwavering confidence and a touch of humor, Former President Donald Trump formally filed for the New Hampshire primary on Monday, bolstered by ardent supporters who lined up at both the airport and the statehouse to greet the 45th President and Republican frontrunner. The event marked a significant moment in Trump's political comeback as he officially signed the necessary papers to secure his spot on the first-in-the-nation primary ballot.

“This is a very important place, a very important state,” remarked Trump at the statehouse, acknowledging the significance of New Hampshire in the political landscape. With a chuckle, he added, “We’re only 46 points up so we have to be careful,” highlighting his lead in the RealClearPolitics polling average, which shows Trump ahead in the Granite State by more than 30%.

After completing the filing process, Trump reiterated his commitment to preserving New Hampshire’s status as the first in the nation primary state, contrasting his stance with that of the Democrats. “Democrats do not want to keep New Hampshire in this position,” Trump stated emphatically. “And I did. And we did that together.”

Candidates from all parties have until October 27th to officially register for the New Hampshire primary, setting the stage for a competitive political landscape leading up to the election.

During his address, the 45th President also touched upon the vacant Speaker role in the House of Representatives. Trump emphasized his intention to stay “above it” while expressing optimism about a resolution. “I think it’s going to get solved and when it does, it’ll be a beautiful thing,” he said. Reflecting on the complexities of the situation, Trump quipped, “It’s very tough with four votes.” He then lightened the mood with a smile, saying, “You know who could solve it? Jesus Christ. If he came down and said, ‘I want to be Speaker,’ he would do it. Other than that, I haven’t seen anybody that can guarantee it. But at some point, I think we’re going to have somebody pretty soon.”

Trump's filing for the New Hampshire primary sets the stage for an intense and closely watched political battle as the deadline approaches for other candidates to join the race. With his strong showing in the polls and enthusiastic support from his base, Trump's return to the political arena promises to be a significant factor in shaping the future of the Republican Party and the nation as a whole.


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