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President Trump Will Headline The North Carolina GOP Convention!

President Trump is set to headline The North Carolina GOP convention in June, as he remains front and center in The GOP.


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President Trump is coming back full force. There was a while there towards the beginning of the year when we thought his hiatus might be a little longer, but he has been making more appearances.

He has also been more vocal as of late now that his website is up and running, and has been making many, many media appearances as you are already aware of.

North Carolina looks like it’s going to be his next destination for a major event, and MAGA rallies are even set to return in June as well.

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It’s too bad that his speech will reportedly not be open to the media though, so we may not be able to hear it….unless of course he posts it directly to “From The Desk”!

Here is the rundown:

Fox News reported the good news: 

The North Carolina GOP says the former president will attend its state convention in Greenville on Saturday, June 5 and will speak at the convention dinner. The state party’s Monday morning announcement of the Trump stop in North Carolina was shared first with Fox News.

Trump’s address will be his first outside of his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., since his keynote speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Feb. 28 in Florida. The former president also addressed the Republican National Committee’s private spring donor retreat at Mar-a-Lago on April 10. Trump has lived at his residence at the south Florida resort since leaving the White House on Jan. 20.

The New York Post had more:

The address, first revealed by the North Carolina GOP Monday morning, is separate from the two in-person rallies the former president is planning for next month.

Dates and locations for the two rallies have not yet been announced, though a source familiar with the matter told The Post late last week that the ex-president’s team was in the process of selecting venues.   

A third rally being planned for sometime around the July 4 holiday is also in the works.

While he has sat for occasional interviews since leaving office in January, Trump has not addressed a campaign-style rally since Jan. 6, when he delivered remarks at a “Save America Rally” just before his supporters there stormed the US Capitol.



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