DONALD TRUMP ‘GETTYSBURG ADDRESS’: UNVEILS ‘FIRST 100 DAYS’ PLAN AS PRESIDENT WITH ‘CONTRACT WITH THE AMERICAN VOTER’ PLEDGE

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Trump's 'Gettysburg address' makes closing argument for choosing him and unveils 'first

  • He summed up the substance of his campaign in a ‘Contract With The American Voter’ – a point-by-point set of initiatives that track with the themes he has focused on for 16 months. 

( DAILY MAIL ) Trump’s ‘Gettysburg address’ makes closing argument for choosing him and unveils ‘first 100 days’ agenda as he promises ‘the kind of change that only arrives once in a lifetime’

  • ‘First 100 days’ agenda speech formalized his mainstay political pledges with promises of legislation and executive orders
  • He calls it the ‘Contract with the American Voter,’ modeling it after the 1994 Republican ‘Contract with America’ 
  •  Trump touted ‘the kind of change that only arrives once in a lifetime’ and made his final substantive pitch to frame the campaign’s last two weeks
  • Trump told an audience of about 300 invited guests that he will ‘drain the swamp’ in Washington
  • Borrowed a line from Abraham Lincoln’s 1863 speech, saying he would replace D.C. elites ‘with a new government of, by and for the people.’ 
  • One Trump aide said the Civil War battlefield site is appropriate because ‘Gettysburg was the moment when the war turned’
  • Another compared Trump’s agenda to the 1994 ‘Contract with America’ that helped Republicans win the House of Representatives in 1994 

 

READ MORE: Trump’s ‘Gettysburg address’: The Donald unveils his agenda for the first 100 days of his presidency in town of Civil War battle

 

 

 

 

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