WATCH: Trump Says 'There's Tremendous Unity' In The Republican Party Ahead Of November

On Thursday, presumptive GOP nominee traveled to Washington, DC to meet with Congressional Republicans to discuss the upcoming November election and his vision for a second term in the White House. During remarks after his meeting with Senate Republicans, Trump told the media that there's "tremendous unity" in the Republican Party to defeat President Joe Biden and advance America First principles in the next four years.

"There's tremendous unity in the Republican Party. We want to see borders. We want to see a strong military. We want to see money not wasted all over the world. We don't want to see Russian ships right off of the coast of Florida," Trump said. "We want to see success for our country, but we don't have success right now. We have inflation that's killing everybody. We have levels of inflation that nobody's seen for, they say, 42 years, they say, 53 years, and they say 75 years. I would say all of them are wrong. Probably, we've never seen levels like this before, and we are going to end that."

"We are going to bring back our jobs. We are going to bring back common sense to government," he continued. "We are going to have strong borders and we're going to have poeple come into our country but they are going to come in legally, they're not going to poor in from prisons from South America and all over the world."

"We have to get elected. We have to take this beautiful place, and we have to make it really something special. Right now, it's not special," Trump said about the state of the country. "Right now, it's being scorned. When they look at the crimes on the streets, when they look at all of the problems that we have, they're using us as a bad example of democracy."

During the meeting with Senate Republicans, Trump reportedly said that Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), one of the potential Republicans on Trump's vice presidential shortlist, has been a "great surrogate for him" but "wasn't a good presidential candidate." Trump also seemed to go out of his way to be nice to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) during the meeting, blaming the 2022 election losses in the Senate on the issue of abortion rather than McConnell's allocation of resources.


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