Even though Donald Trump is out of office he is still exposing the liberals and now he just completely exposed Biden in his latest interview with Sean Hannity.
In Trump’s first sit-down interview in months, Trump was quoted saying “I don’t know if Joe knows what’s going on because I think you have a cabal. You have a group of people sitting around the table just saying do this”.
President Trump is right the Cabal is calling the shots for Biden and he’s just saying yes to all of their orders.
Check out the moment he said it here:
Trump suggest that Biden doesn't know what's going on and that there's a "cabal" telling him what to do. pic.twitter.com/wiW3JuPelx
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) April 20, 2021
Did you catch it?
Listen, again he says it at around the 50-second mark.
TRUMP MENTIONS THE CABAL. pic.twitter.com/dZiEOSB7j1
— BLACK PROJECT 🇬🇧 🇺🇸 🐸 WE FEAR NOTHING. (@blackprject) April 20, 2021
So who is the Cabal, they are the elites who control the world behind the scenes.
There are too many to name here but if you follow the money you’ll be able to see more clearly that the world is run by a very select group of people who are Satanists.
Trump didn’t just call out the Cabal but he also stated that the 2022 primaries must run on a MAGA agenda.
Fox News had more details on that:
In an exclusive, hour-long interview with Fox News, former President Donald J. Trump will tell “Hannity” that the future of the Republican Party hinges on whether it can coalesce behind the “Make America Great” platform that brought new voters into the “big tent” in both 2016 and 2020.
Trump told host Sean Hannity that there are aspects of the 2020 presidential election that show marked improvement for the GOP, outside of their typical precincts.
As the GOP continues further into being a working-class political party, Trump pointed to what he called a surprising detail in Texas, which on a macro level is already a red state.
Trump tells Hannity GOP can ‘win big’ by embracing MAGA agendaVideo
Hannity asked Trump if the best path to victory is indeed through candidates running on the conservative platform he touted in 2016 that differentiated him from more establishment Republicans like ex-Florida Gov. Jeb Bush or ex-Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
“Should this now be the Republican Party agenda? Should anybody that wants to run for the House or the Senate — should they take this “Make America Great” agenda and fight for those things that you fought for the four years you were president?” the host asked.
“If they want to win, yes,” the now-Florida resident responded.
If you would like to watch more of Trump’s interview, you can watch some of it here: