45th President Donald J. Trump posted a National File report on his massive lead in the 2024 GOP Primary polls to Truth Social this week, marking the second time in recent weeks that the 45th President has touted this news agency.
President Trump shared a recent National File report on the continued growth of his 2024 presidential campaign support among GOP Primary voters, while those same voters rapidly abandon the camp of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who’s seen his support collapse since the beginning of this year, and has not experienced the “bump” in support that his campaign anticipated after his Twitter Space campaign announcement with Elon Musk.
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President Trump reads National File.
And you should too! pic.twitter.com/JLMoHkYEDa
— National File (@NationalFile) May 30, 2023
The repost from President Trump marks just the latest time that the 45th President has shared National File’s reporting online.
Earlier this year, National File made international headlines after publishing what President Trump described as a “very exculpatory” and “very good” report on Soros-backed Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. As the report revealed, Bragg was elected DA with the support of just 10% of Manhattanites.
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The report’s title image was the now-infamous “slugger Trump” photo, which shows President Trump holding a baseball bat at a White House event in one frame, and Alvin Bragg in another.
The photo was designed to symbolize President Trump knocking the political persecution from Alvin Bragg and the Deep State “out of the park,” but triggered legions of leftists, including NBC News and the leftist judge and prosecutors in Trump’s ongoing Manhattan case.
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“We put up a story that was a very exculpatory, very good story from the standpoint of what we’re talking about,” President Trump told Sean Hannity in a Fox News interview, referencing National File’s reporting.
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