Former President Donald Trump raised the roof and brought joy to his supporters by announcing dates for his first major rally since leaving the White House after the 2020 election, as seen on Patch.
To make things better for his fans, Trump actually announced TWO dates in different states and one is just over a week away.
Trump’s first major rally will be on June 26 in the Cleveland, Ohio area. Trump will then head to the Tampa Bay, Florida area to host a rally on July 3, 2021.
Trump will likely use his rally to endorse candidates running for office in Ohio. Those candidates are likely to be White House aide Max Miller who’s going against Anthony Gonzalez, a GOP RINO who voted to impeach Trump.
The former president is also likely to support lobbyist Mike Carey in a special election in hopes to replace Rep. Steve Stivers.
Details for Donald Trump’s Tampa area rally were confirmed by a Hillsborough County Republican Party official just today, and later followed up by a reporter for Patch:
Details of Trump’s visit to Tampa will be released soon, but plans have been in the works for some time, Jim Waurishuk, chairman of the county’s Republican Party, said in an email to Patch.
“I can guarantee as we announce and push info the excitement will soar,” Waurishuk wrote Wednesday. “Much work behind the scenes with many moving parts and organizations which no one sees, but this will be huge!”
Donald Trump is still mulling his decision on a potential 2024 run for president. With sitting President Joe Biden being constantly ridiculed by the GOP for his failures at the border, that could be a major selling point for Donald Trump.
Many social media users have discussed a possible Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis ticket, or perhaps Ron DeSantis on his own if Trump decides to stay out of the 2024 election.
As of now, Trump is undecided on his 2024 election plans, but appears to be very supportive of other GOP candidates aiming to solidify their spot in office.
Trump also stated before that Republicans who voted to impeach him might finally face the jury if they end up voted out in 2022 and replaced by candidates Trump supports.
Stay tuned for more information on Trump’s future rallies and decision on 2024 election.
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