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Is a Trump Rally Coming Near You Soon? Four States Announced to Host Rallies Soon


With the depressing images of Biden slowly destroying this country, it’s long past time for more MAGA rallies.

While Trump hasn’t officially declared if he’s running for president in 2024, he’s still the front-runner in the GOP.

And the America First crowd is itching for a rally to spark energy in the base.

In a recent interview with One America News, Trump gave his supporters the inside scoop of where the next MAGA rallies will be.

If you live in the battleground states of Florida, Georgia, Ohio, and North Carolina, plan for a MAGA rally sometime this summer.

The official dates and locations will be announced in the coming weeks.

Here’s the latest:



From The Epoch Times:

Former President Donald Trump plans to hold rallies in a handful of states, he said in a newly released interview.

Trump, who has teased future rallies since leaving office, told One America News that he will hold some “relatively soon.”

“We’ll be doing one in Florida, we’re going to do one in Ohio, we’re going to do one in Georgia, we’re going to do one in North Carolina,” Trump said in the interview, which was broadcast on Thursday.

“We’ll be announcing them very soon, over the next week or two. I think we’ll probably start in Florida and Ohio and we’ll be announcing the rallies very shortly,” he added.

The rallies Trump held after announcing his candidacy in 2015, and after becoming president, have attracted large crowds, sometimes numbering in the tens of thousands.

Trump left office on Jan. 20 and has not held a rally since becoming a private citizen again.

Jason Miller, a Trump adviser, told Axios previously that the rallies were likely to “start as soon as late spring or early summer.”

Trump has been giving interviews and releasing statements in recent months, primarily criticizing President Joe Biden and Republicans he feels are not properly opposing proposals from Biden and other Democrats.

Trump told One America News that people keep asking him about the ongoing 2020 election audit in Maricopa County, Arizona.

While many GOP lawmakers are not talking about it, “the Republican voter, that’s what they want to hear,” he said.

“The Republican voter wants the story. The weak Republican politician doesn’t want to talk about this story because they think it’s bad politically. I think it’s great politically, I mean look, maybe I’ll be wrong, but right now it looks like my poll numbers are higher than they’ve ever been,” he added.

The New York Post also reported:

Former President Donald Trump revealed Thursday that he will hold campaign-style rallies in four battleground states in the coming weeks as speculation swirls that he’ll mount another bid for the White House in 2024.

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“Relatively soon, we’ll be doing one in Florida, we’re gonna do one in Ohio, we’re gonna do one in Georgia, we’re gonna do one in North Carolina,” Trump told One America News. “We’ll be announcing them very soon over the next week or two, and I think we’ll probably start in Florida and Ohio and we’ll be announcing the rallies very shortly.”

A source close to the 45th president told The Post last week that Trump would hold at least two rallies in June, with a third event likely to take place around the July 4 holiday.

Trump has sat for several interviews with conservative media outlets since leaving office in January. He made his first major post-presidential speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in February and he is scheduled to headline the North Carolina Republican Party’s convention on June 5.

The former president has not addressed supporters in a rally setting since the Jan. 6 “Stop the Steal” event, which precipitated the deadly riot at the US Capitol.

While Trump won Florida, Ohio and North Carolina in both the 2016 and 2020 elections, last year he became the first Republican candidate to lose Georgia in a presidential election since George H.W. Bush in 1992.

The former president has since cast aspersions on the conduct of Georgia election officials, including Republican secretary of state Brad Raffensperger, over his defeat and insisted without evidence that the loss was the result of voter fraud. Republicans went on to lose both of Georgia’s US Senate seats in a pair of special elections in January, handing Democrats full control of Congress and the White House.


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