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Trump says he’s going to do a ‘Play by Play’ of State of the Union

Former President Trump said he will do a “Play by Play” of President Biden’s upcoming State of the Union address.

“I am pleased to inform you that tomorrow night we will be doing a LIVE, Play by Play, of Crooked Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address,” Trump said in a Truth Social post on Wednesday, not clarifying as to what platform the “Play by Play” would happen on.

“I will correct, in rapid response, any and all inaccurate Statements, especially pertaining to the Border and his Weaponization of the [Department of Justice], FBI, [attorney generals], and District Attorneys, to go after his Political Opponent, ME (something never done before in this Country!),” Trump continued. “We did this once before to tremendous success – Beating All Records. It is important for the Country to get the TRUTH!”

The former president made a similar announcement last year about doing a “Play by Play” of Biden’s address, saying that if the speech was “properly done, and if Joe has just a modestly good night, this speech has the opportunity to rival any of the World’s great orators, including, Lincoln, Washington, and, of course, the late, great, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Sir Winston Churchill.”

“Watch Truth Social tonight,” Trump continued. “Enjoy!”

The former president’s announcement follows a successful Super Tuesday in his bid to regain the presidency, sweeping most of the Republican primary contests. His only remaining GOP primary rival, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, dropped out of the race Wednesday.

Haley said it is “up to” Trump to earn the support of her voters.

“At its best, politics is about bringing people into your cause, not turning them away. And our conservative cause badly needs more people,” Haley said. “This is now his time for choosing.”

Biden welcomed Haley supporters to his campaign Wednesday in a statement, saying that “[t]here is a place for them in my campaign.”

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