WATCH: Rapper Gets College Kids Chanting “We Want Trump” at Concert
2023/11/18

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In recent years, the chants of "Let's Go Brandon" and "F*** Joe Biden" have become synonymous with frustrations towards the Biden Administration. However, while these chants may have decreased, there is still a lingering anti-Biden sentiment, even on college campuses. A recent video from the University of Arizona showcased this sentiment in an unexpected way.

During a concert at the university, rapper Lil Pump had the crowd of college students enthusiastically chanting "We Want Trump!" This passionate display of support for the former president surprised many, especially considering that the University of Arizona is not commonly associated with conservative ideals.

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The video quickly gained traction on social media platforms, with conservative personalities using it to discuss the current state of the Biden Administration and the future of American politics.

Prominent conservative figure Jason Robertson shared the video, commenting on the nation's troubles and presenting Trump as the solution. He wrote, "This is wild! Lil Pump has the crowd in Arizona chanting 'We want Trump.' The kids can see that our nation is in serious trouble, and President Trump is the answer!" Similarly, well-known personality "DC Draino" suggested that the concert and the "We Want Trump" chant indicate a significant shift in public sentiment leading up to the 2024 presidential election.

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They wrote, "Lil Pump got the crowd chanting 'We want Trump!' last night at the University of Arizona. It's going to be different this time around."

The response to these posts was mixed, with some suggesting that pro-Trump celebrities and influencers should unite to support policies that benefit struggling Americans. One commenter wrote, "I think it would be great to gather these influencers or celebrities that support Trump and get their ideas on how to make America great for their communities. We all need to come together to figure this out and promote all American families." Others noted the growing enthusiasm among young Americans for Trump's ideals but stressed the need for this energy to become part of a broader cultural movement.

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Interestingly, some commenters criticized conservative news outlets for failing to highlight videos like this, which showcase the substantial support for Trump. They argued that outlets like Fox News tend to focus on a "never Trump" narrative and ignore evidence that contradicts their established viewpoints. One commenter remarked, "Don't look for Fox News to be playing this on a loop. It would give the viewers a peek into something other than their 'never Trump' narrative."

Lil Pump's public support for Trump has been evident since the 2020 election, and their mutual support has continued since then.

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Other rappers, including Kodak Black and Waka Flocka Flame, have also rallied behind Trump, showing their admiration for his rebellious personality. Waka Flocka Flame recently posted "Trump 2024" on his Instagram account, signaling his support for the former president as the country looks ahead to the next presidential election.

While the "We Want Trump" chant at the University of Arizona may not represent the broader sentiment nationwide, it does indicate that there is still significant support for Trump among younger Americans. As the political landscape continues to evolve, it remains to be seen how this energy will shape the future of American politics and influence the outcomes of upcoming elections.

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