Donald Trump will be returning to do what he loves to do almost more than anything. He is returning to doing his rallies ahead of a possible 2024 presidential campaign.
As crisis after crisis are engulfing the entire world in the first several months after Joe Biden began his residence in the White House, Trump will take advantage and hold two rallies in June, The Daily Mail reported.
He will follow those two rallies with another one on July 3 and the Trump team is in the process of selecting the venues at which to hold the rallies.
“The president is anxious to get back out on the trail and we are getting a lot of offers and invitations from both candidates and political causes in different areas,” an advisor said.
The rallies will be his first since he addressed supporters on Jan. 6 before a mob attacked the U.S. Capitol.
Trump relocated his base of operations this week, leaving Mar-a-Lago in Florida on Sunday to spend the summer at Bedminster, his New Jersey golf club.
He has already been spotted in New York at Trump Tower.
And high-profile rallies have begun lining up events in New Jersey. Later this month, Make America Great Again Action, a super PAC left by former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, will fundraiser at Trump’s golf club.
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At the same time, relaxed COVID-19 restrictions on crowds and Biden’s struggles at the border, with fuel lines and a spiraling Middle East confrontation meant the time was right to restart rallies, added the adviser.
Blake Marnell, who attended more than 20 Trump rallies wearing a red brick wall suit, earning him the nickname “wall guy” said the events are welcome.
“At a time when people feel at risk at work or in personal friendships for showing support for conservative causes, a physical gathering for people who support his policies, in one place, really creates a space where people can be open about their political beliefs,” the Trump fan said.
CNN reported last month Trump may resume his political rallies as soon as May.
The report stated:
Trump had initiated discussions with his advisers about restarting the rallies – despite there still being a coronavirus risk – on behalf of Republican candidates he’s endorsed, and the rallies could resume as early as May.
Then during a podcast taping for the Dan Bongino show, Trump said the ‘appropriate time’ to announce a third presidential run would be after next year’s midterm, as he also slammed a potential GOP primary rival, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, calling him a ‘total loser.’
‘So I’m giving it very serious consideration,’ Trump said of another presidential run.
He said the polls in his favor were ‘very positive.’
‘Nobody’s seen anything more positive,’ he continued.
‘If you do it, I think probably the most appropriate time would be right after the ’22 election, that’s my opinion. Could do it sooner, but I think right after the election would be good, especially if you have a good election,’ the ex-president said.
Donald Trump, in an hour-long interview with Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity last week, said he is “very seriously, beyond seriously” considering running for president in 2024.
Trump told Hannity that he will “very seriously” consider running again in 2024 if the Republican Party can “get the right people” on Capitol Hill.
“It’s very important that we get the right people. That means in the Senate, that means in the House,” Trump said.
Trump added that he is “all in” to campaign on behalf of Republican candidates in next year’s midterm elections.
“I got tremendous numbers, nobody’s ever gotten the numbers I got, no sitting president’s come even close,” Trump said, referring to the 2020 election.
“There’s more popularity now than there was the day before the election because they see how bad things are at the border, they see what’s going on, they see there are guns are going to be gone,” he added.
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