Trump Delivers Epic Message To The “Forgotten” In Best Line From Victory Speech


President-elect Donald Trump said many amazing things in his acceptance speech early Wednesday morning, but one of his most important messages went out to the “forgotten” men and women of this country.

Trump pledged to be a president for all Americans, and he called for everyone to come together.

“The forgotten men and women of our country will be forgotten no longer,” he said.

That is a message of hope if ever there was one. Take a look at his message below:

Trump also said that now was the time for America to “bind the wounds of division,” and he called to all Republicans, Democrats and independents to come together as one united people.

Trump pledged to be a president for all of Americans and pointed out that his campaign was a “movement” made up of hardworking men and women who love their country and want a better future for their families.

This is good news for families who find themselves suffering under the current administration. Trump’s vow to make America great again includes repealing Obama’s Affordable Care Act, which has left many families financially crippled.

Trump has also promised to help vets receive the kind of care they need and so rightly deserve and restore the broken infrastructure inside our cities, putting people to work in the process.

Trump’s remarks indicate that he was looking to restore America’s working middle class and give families an opportunity not only to survive but thrive and prosper because that is what the American Dream is all about.

Americans saw the real Trump last night as he promised to take care of the forgotten people of this nation while accepting the highest office of the United States.

Jan. 20 cannot come soon enough.

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