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Trump Releases Christmas TV Spot in Early Voting States

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Former President Donald Trump released a new TV ad for the 2024 Republican presidential primary season, set to air in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina.

The one-minute ad highlights Trump’s Christmas 2018 visit to Iraq, emphasizing his impact on patriotism and the military.

“It was Christmas Day. We boarded Air Force One in complete and total darkness, in the pitch black of night,” Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders says on the ad. (Trending: Judge Announces Historic Ruling In Jeffrey Epstein Case)

“We landed in war-torn western Iraq. No lights on the runway.”

“There were hundreds of troops packed into a dining hall. They had absolutely no idea that the president and first lady were about to walk into that room.”

“It was a sight and a sound and a scene that I hope I never forget. That room absolutely erupted,” Sanders said of Trump’s arrival.

“That was the kind of patriotism President Trump brought back to our country,” she said.

“One of the young soldiers yelled from the back of the room, ‘Mr. President, I reenlisted in the military because of you.’ And without missing a beat the president said, ‘And son, I am here because of you.'”

Additionally, Trump and the Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel posted Christmas messages.

“Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones! Let us rejoice, reflect on all our blessings, and thank God for Jesus Christ, whose birth gives us joy, hope, and new life,” Republican National Committee (RNC) Chair Ronna McDaniel said.

“We pray for all those spending Christmas away from their loved ones, especially our troops overseas and first responders who are spending this season protecting our freedoms and families.”

“God bless you all.”

The Iowa caucus is scheduled for January 15, followed by primaries in New Hampshire on January 23 and South Carolina on February 24.

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