Trump Rallies Scheduled In Georgia And Iowa In Coming Weeks

Trump has scheduled rallies in the states of Iowa and Georgia, coming up in the next few weeks.

This will come as happy news for Trump supporters.

It will also fuel speculation that Trump is going to run again in 2024.

The Hill reports:

Trump schedules rallies in Iowa, Georgia

Former President Trump will barnstorm Iowa and Georgia in the coming weeks as he looks to maintain his tight grip on the GOP base.

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Trump’s leadership PAC, Save America, announced Tuesday evening that the former president will appear in Perry, Ga., on Sept. 25 and then in Des Moines, Iowa, on Oct. 9.

The rallies come as speculation mounts over Trump’s political future. The former president has flirted with a third White House bid in 2024 but has kept voters in suspense by not saying definitively if he’ll launch a comeback campaign.

Rallies are just one tool that Trump has used to keep his name front and center in GOP voters’ minds, along with doling out endorsements to candidates in midterm battles and railing against unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential race. Those efforts have paid off thus far, with most polls showing he’d handily win a 2024 GOP presidential primary.

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Iowa and Georgia both play key roles in Trump’s political future.

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Democrats and the media think they have gotten rid of Trump.

They are obviously wrong.


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