Marcus acknowledges that while some Republicans may be frustrated or offended by Trump's style, he believes that his overall stewardship of the United States during his first term in office should not be overshadowed.
Marcus emphasizes the need for unity in order to preserve the American Dream for future generations. He points to issues such as inflation and the open southern border under the Biden administration as reasons for his endorsement of Trump. According to Marcus, Trump is not only the candidate with the best chance of winning the general election, but also the best person to dismantle the administrative state that he believes is strangling America.
The recent conflict between Israel and the Palestinian terror group Hamas is also a significant factor in Marcus' endorsement. He believes that this conflict will present ongoing challenges for the free world, particularly in preventing other terrorist groups or nations from becoming involved.
Marcus asserts that a President with the judgment, strength, decisiveness, and courage displayed by Trump in his first term is necessary to navigate these challenges. He cites Trump's order to strike and kill Iranian terrorist Gen. Qasem Soleimani, as well as his ability to dissuade Russia from invading Ukraine, as examples of Trump's leadership in this regard.
Furthermore, Marcus suggests that Hamas would not have launched their recent attack against Israel if Trump were still in office. He argues that America's enemies respect and fear Trump's judgment, strength, decisiveness, and courage. This, in Marcus' view, makes Trump the ideal candidate to address the ongoing conflict in the Middle East.