People, Trump is coming back with a vengeance.
He’s not only planning to run for President in 2024, but he’s also working on a significant project for the Republican Party that will take the party in a new direction.
According to rumors, Trump is collaborating with Newt Gingrich on a new project called “Contract With America,” which will focus on a grassroots drive to help suffocate the left’s recent attempt to dominate minor local elections and will go until 2022 and beyond.
This is just what we require.
The project will promote a strong “America first” theme, focusing on policies that benefit the country, such as removing critical race theory, immigration, trade, and school choice.
Trump and Newt have done a fantastic job.
Gingrich first proposed the “Contract for America” concept in 1994, which helped Republicans capture control of both the House and the Senate.
Let’s hope this succeeds as well, because we need need it.
According to Politico,
Former President Donald Trump has begun drafting a policy plan defining a MAGA doctrine for the party in the hopes of regaining control of the House and Senate in the 2022 midterm elections. His model is President Bill Clinton’s 1994 “Contract with America,” a legislative program unveiled ahead of the midterm elections in the midst of his first term. And, to top it off, he’ll be doing it with its principal creator, Newt Gingrich.
According to a person familiar with the discussion, Trump met with former House Speaker John Boehner, his former chief of staff Mark Meadows, and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) at his private Mar-a-Lago club in recent weeks to begin drafting the paper.
The committee is only now starting to flesh out the specifics of what a Trumpified Contract may entail. On everything from trade to immigration, though, it is expected to embrace an “America-First” policy approach. It is “a policy priority for 2022 and beyond,” according to the source.
Its creation has been teased and discussed for weeks, but the fact that the principals are starting to put it together demonstrates Trump’s persistent involvement in shaping the Republican Party beyond giving endorsements, attending rallies, and raising money ahead of the midterm elections. It also implies that Trump, at least intellectually, still feels compelled to lead the party in his way.
This is precisely what the Republican Party and conservatives require right now.
With the Rinos attempting to split the party, conservatives must get together and develop a serious game plan to help save the country.