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Trump speech live updates – Viewers think Donald had ‘pants on backwards’ during wild North Carolina GOP speech

VIEWERS think Donald Trump had his pants on backwards during his big comeback speech on Saturday night.

The former president railed against the “radical left” and the “corrupt” 2020 election at the North Carolina’s annual state Republican Party convention, in his first major return to the political stage.

Posting on Twitter, people racked their brains as they shared screenshots of the event and claimed there was no zip on the front of Trump’s suit pants.

One wrote: “Others are noting this, but it can’t be shared enough: Donald Trump gave his big speech today with his pants on backwards. Look close and tell me I’m wrong.”

Another said: “His pants are definitely on backwards. There is no fly and the creases are those found at the back of the legs.”

A third shared a picture of the infamous fly on former vice president Mike Pence’s head and wrote: “No fly on Trump’s pants? I think I know where it went.”

During his speech, Trump blasted Biden and the Dems over the border “crisis” and jobless figures in the wake of the pandemic.

“Joe Biden had to do is sit back and do nothing and it was taking off like a rocket ship nobody’s ever seen in between the economy and all of the other things we did the border,” he said.

“Instead, the economy is going to hell and inflation is going to cause a catastrophe,” he added.

The former president spoke at the June 5 convention dinner in Greenville.
Trump narrowly carried North Carolina in 2020 and held numerous events in the state toward the end of his campaign.

Trump has kept a relatively low public profile since leaving office. His last significant public speech was in February at the CPAC convention

He’s still banned from Twitter and Facebook, and his blog shut down this week.

Trump has expressed interest in running for president again in 2024 but has not yet announced a decision.

The state party hopes Trump can help Republicans retake control of the U.S. House in the upcoming midterms.

  • BUDD THANKS TRUMP FOR ENDORSEMENT

    Rep Ted Budd thanked Donald Trump after receiving his endorsement for the US Senate during a speech on Saturday night.

    “Let’s get back to making America great again,” told the crowd at a dinner at the North Carolina Republican State Convention.

  • TRUMP ENDORSES TED BUDD FOR SENATE

    Donald Trump on Saturday endorsed Rep Ted Budd for the Senate after his daughter-in-law Lara announced she would not run in North Carolina.

    “A lot of you don’t know him that well, but you’re gonna know him probably within a few minutes,” Trump said. “Ted Budd.”

    “I am giving him my complete and total endorsement,” Trump added. “He will fight like hell. He will fight like nobody fights.”

  • TRUMPS LOOK FORWARD TO MAYWEATHER V PAUL

    Donald Trump Jr on Sunday night looked forward to the fight between former boxing champion Floyd Mayweather and YouTube sensation Logan Paul in an exhibition bout.

    He posted a picture of him and his father with Mayweather as he asked “who you got tonight?”

  • DON JR HONORS D-DAY

    Donald Trump Jr. marked D-Day with a social media post on Sunday as President Joe Biden was condemned for not marking the occasion.

    “77 years ago today. D-Day. Their day at the beach allowed you to have yours. Incredible men from an incredible generation,” he wrote.

  • TRUMP MAKES A BLUNDER

    At his speech on Saturday, Trump tripped on his words during his speech, saying we should “defund our freedoms” presumably instead of “defend our freedoms.”

    It came before he blasted Biden for his own string of blunders in recent weeks.

  • TRUMP MAKES A BLUNDER

    At his speech on Saturday, Trump tripped on his words during his speech, saying we should “defund our freedoms” presumably instead of “defend our freedoms.”

    It came before he blasted Biden for his own string of blunders in recent weeks.

  • TRUMP PRAISES TEXAS, FLORIDA, AND GEORGIA

    Donald Trump during a speech on Saturday night praised states such as Texas, Georgia, and Florida that are advancing laws that make it harder for Americans to vote.

    The attempts have been widely condemned by Democrats.

  • WHAT DID TRUMP SAY IN NORTH CAROLINA?

    Trump portrayed the upcoming midterm elections as the battle for America’s survival in his fiery speech.

    “The survival of America depends upon our ability to elect Republicans at every level – starting with the midterms next year,” Trump said.

    He also called for a 100 percent tariff on all goods made in China as he accused Democratic leaders of leaving the US “demeaned and humiliated.”

  • “CRIME OF THE CENTURY”

    Donald Trump used his speech on Saturday night to continue his claims of election fraud.

    He claimed the 2020 election will “go down as the crime of the century.” 

    “We’re not going to have a country — if you don’t have election integrity, and if you don’t have strong borders, our country can be run like a dictatorship and that’s what they’d like to do,” Trump said.

    “They want to silence you. They want to silence your voice. Remember, I’m not the one trying to undermine American democracy. I’m the one that’s trying to save it.”

  • LARA TRUMP SPEAKS ON SENATE DECISION

    Lara Trump spoke on Saturday night about her decision not to run for office after annoucing she will not but for a Senate seat.

    She said the decision came after “a lot of soul-searching.”

    “Because of my kids, very young Carolina and Luke, it is going to be very hard to enter this senate race right now,” Lara added. “But I am saying no for now, not no forever.” 

  • TRUMP TROLLS BIDEN

    Former President Donald Trump mocked President Joe Biden for his infamous Air Force One fall in March during a speech on Saturday night.

    Trump recalled when he almost had a similar fall walking down a ramp at West Point.

    “Do you ever notice when he had a hard time going up the stairs on the plane? Nobody talks about that,” Trump said.

    “The news didn’t cover it. Not one network covered it.”

  • LARA TRUMP SHARES CUTE PICTURE

    Lara Trump shared a picture of her family after returning to her native North Carolina for Donald Trump’s speech on Saturday night.

    She announced that she would not be running for the Senate during the event.

  • DON JR BLASTS BIDEN

    Donald Trump Jr. blasted President Joe Biden after his father’s speech on Saturday night.

    “Joe Biden’s greatest accomplishment will be showing Americans how Great Donald Trump really was!” he wrote in a tweet.

  • VIDEO: TRUMP SAYS ‘WE’LL GET RID OF NANCY PELOSI’

    Trump says ‘we’ll get rid of Nancy Pelosi’ in speech and slams Dems for ‘playing dirty with impeachment hoax’
  • ‘RECKLESSLY DANGEROUS RHETORIC’

    Democratic National Committee spokesman Ammar Moussa took a shot at Trump in a statement released ahead of his speech.

    “More than 400,000 dead Americans, millions of jobs lost, and recklessly dangerous rhetoric is apparently not enough for Republicans to break with a loser president who cost them the White House, Senate, and House,” Moussa said.

  • VIDEO: TRUMP MOCKS BIDEN’S STAIR FALL

    Trump trolls Joe Biden’s embarrassing Air Force one fall and mocks his ‘hard time going up the stairs’
  • ‘MOST RADICAL LEFT-WING ADMINISTRATION’

    Trump focused his early remarks on Biden, which he called “the most radical left-wing administration in history”.

    “As we gather tonight our country is being destroyed before our very eyes,” he said.

  • NEW PHASE OF RALLIES

    Trump’s speech to hundreds of Republican officials and activists was the opening appearance in what is expected to be a new phase of rallies and public events.

    Out of office for more than four months and banned from many social media accounts, the former president hopes to use such events to elevate his diminished voice ahead of another potential presidential run.

    His advisers are already eyeing subsequent appearances in Ohio, Florida, Alabama and Georgia to help bolster midterm candidates and energize voters.

  • ‘SOONER THAN YOU THINK’

    Trump vowed to take back the White House and the Senate “sooner than you think”.

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  • PRESIDENTIAL BID?

    Trump, a billionaire businessman, has openly floated the idea of running for president again – but he is not expected to make any definitive announcement soon.

  • TRUMP SAID US ‘SYSTEM’ IS BROKEN NOW

    Trump slammed Biden for his foreign policy and decisions since taking office.

    He said that the US has a “broken” system now, “whether it’s elections, whether it’s business whether it’s taxation”.

    “The Biden administration has been one shameful and embarrassing foreign policy disaster after another,” he added.

  • ‘FAUCI BECAME A RADICAL MASKER’

    Trump said Anthony Fauci was against closing the US borders when the Covid pandemic hit – but thanked Trump “months later” for his decision.

    “Fauci said powerfully at the beginning, no masks you remember that no masks, and then he went into masks and then he became a radical masker,” he said.

  • ‘INCREDIBLE JOB’

    “We’ve done an incredible job and so many things have happened and we built the economy, not once we built it twice stick of it because we built it, we had the highest stock market ever the best job numbers,” he said.

    “And we’ve done a tremendous job we never got the credit that we deserve for that. We do get the credit for from everybody, even the other side, although they try and disparage it as much as possible,” he added.

  • TRUMP COMPLAINS ABOUT BEING BANNED FROM FACEBOOK

    Trump criticized Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg over his decision of not allowing the former president back on Facebook for at least two years.

    “Zuckerberg, that is another beauty, they say they may allow me back in two years but I’m not too interested in that,”

    “It is so unfair, it is not just me, they are shutting down the voice of a much more powerful and a larger group,” he added.

  • ‘DESTROYED BEFORE OUR VERY OWN EYES’

    Trump described the United States as “being destroyed before our very own eyes” since he was voted out – and launched bitter criticism of his victorious rival President Joe Biden.

    “The survival of America depends upon our ability to elect Republicans at every level, starting with the midterms next year,” Trump said.

    “We have to get it done. We have no choice actually. We’re going to defend our freedoms.”

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