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Julianna Balogh’s message for President Donald J. Trump is being delivered this week in Washington D.C. And it’s quite simple:

“We love him and we support him,” she told me at the Chicago airport en route to Washington D.C.

Balogh is headed to D.C. from Palm Springs, California where she is the organizer of the Brigade Group for Trump that has 270 members. Every Sunday they participate in a car rally.

Balogh, who is originally from Hungary, said she and others from her group are visiting D.C. to show their love for the President.

“We always stand with him because he does everything right,” she said. “Even what he promised — he’s making more. The only problem is the Democrats, you know, especially Nancy Pelosi. And we have a problem in California because it is closing everything and we’re marching for the people over there too.”

She’s convinced President Trump won the election and that more than 80 million of her fellow Americans voted for him.

“Not the 70-something or less,” she said. “We are fighting. We’re fighting. We’ll never that happen — to exchange him. We don’t want a Biden. This is not right.”

She credited Trump for the favorable economy he helped create. His work to strengthen the military also drew praise.

“The veterans — he is helping the veterans who were forgotten,” she said. “The border security — this is a main thing for everybody because the new immigrants coming are taking out other peoples’ jobs because it makes it cheaper.

This week, and Wednesday in particular, are crucial to the future of the country she has made her home.

“This is very important,” she said. “The people need to show up. We don’t want to change presidents because life goes down very badly.”

She’s also excited to show off the banner she made:

Author: Jacob Hall