La lettre de Donald Trump à ses abonnés, reçue ce matin. Le texte est court, les phrases aussi, le vocabulaire est facile, une bonne occasion de réviser votre anglais.
First, I would like to thank the people of Montana, South Dakota, New Mexico, New Jersey and California.
I am honored by your support.
Together, we accomplished what nobody thought was possible – and we’re only getting started.
Tonight, we close one chapter in history and begin another.
Our campaign received more primary votes than any GOP campaign in history. This is not a testament to me, but a testament to all the people like you who believed real change is possible.
We have received wide spread support, winning 37 states from New Hampshire, to Alabama1, to California2 and everywhere in between.
You have given me the honor to lead the Republican Party to victory this fall, and I won’t let you down. I will make you proud of your party, our movement and most importantly, our country.
To everyone who voted for me throughout this campaign: thank you.
My message continues to resonate and I know that my vision for the country is one that will make us stronger and better than ever before. Now more than ever we must be smart, we must be vigilant, and we must be tough. Every day moving forward – we must work to bring about all of the changes necessary to put an end to the destruction caused by the current administration.
I am going to be the best jobs President God ever created! We are going to revitalize our economy, rebuild our infrastructure, repeal and replace ObamaCare, strengthen our military, defeat ISIS, end illegal immigration and put America first!
This is a movement – it’s about common sense and doing the right thing. I’m going to take care of people. I’m going to make sure this country comes first. As Americans, we have incredible potential and I am the leader this country needs to Make America Great Again.
Thank you again for your support.
Donald J. Trump
Paid for by Donald J. Trump for President, Inc.
(1) Prononciation de “Alabama” : (les quatre “a” se prononcent différemment)
(2) Prononciation de “California” : (écouter la prononciation du premier “i”)