After the massive upset that was the 2020 election, the Democrats thought the days of Donald Trump were behind them. Not only did they do the impossible with the blandest candidate ever, but they also took control of all of Washington in the process. Yet, even with a majority of the power, the Democrats still struggle to accomplish the simplest task. And if they didn’t know already, it appears the days of Donald Trump and MAGA rallies are just getting started.
For months, former President Trump has teased the Republican Party and the American people as to whether he was going to run again in 2024. Although Trump has been banned from practically every social media platform, the conservative powerhouse has been busy with interviews and making appearances.
Still, people like WABC radio host Rita Cosby want to know if Trump will eye the presidency in 2024. Being extremely quiet on the matter, Trump said, “I think people will be very happy with my decision … I’ve done a great job for the American people. They understand that … I look forward to making people very happy.”
But while Trump might not want to show all his cards just yet, sources closest to the former President dropped a bombshell when they announced MAGA rallies would be returning. Although it is not an official announcement for re-election, it does show that Trump is staying relevant and connected to his voters.
During his campaign, Trump rallies became a focal point to his presidency as the pandemic caused even Biden to retreat to his basement out of fear. Yet each MAGA rally reached max capacity with many people having to be turned away. While both the dates and locations of the upcoming rallies are still being worked out, sources claim there will be two rallies in June and a third rally taking place close to the July 4th holiday.
As for Trump’s silence on his future, it might not be entirely up to him when he announces. Speaking to host Candace Owens this past week, Trump said, “I look forward to doing an announcement at the right time. As you know, it’s very early. But I think people are going to be very, very happy when I make a certain announcement. You know, for campaign finance reasons, you really can’t do it too early because it becomes a whole different thing.”
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on May 17, 2021. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.
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