President Donald Trump has announced that he’s holding a rally in Michigan very soon!
President Trump says that he’ll be holding a rally in Detroit on April 2, where he’ll be giving his support to several candidates.
In the attorney general race, Trump is backing Matthew DePerno.
He’s also backing Kristina Karamo for secretary of state.
Both candidates face competitive GOP nomination races in late April.
President Trump’s endorsements are always a big deal, so this could set the stage for grand victories for both.
Trump to hold Detroit-area rally for Michigan candidates: https://t.co/eXhwvwmrMX
— Newsmax (@newsmax) March 19, 2022
Newsmax has the details on President Trump’s trip to Michigan:
Former President Donald Trump announced Friday he plans to hold a rally in suburban Detroit on April 2 to support candidates he has endorsed in Michigan’s elections this year.
Trump will headline a rally at the Michigan Stars Sports Center in Macomb County’s Washington Township at 7 p.m. ET.
Trump is backing Matthew DePerno in the race for attorney general and Kristina Karamo for secretary of state. Both are in competitive races for GOP nominations on April 23 when Republican delegates will endorse nominees at a state convention in Grand Rapids.
JUST IN: Former President Donald Trump will hold a rally in Macomb Co. on April 2 in support of Michigan AG candidate Matthew DePerno, Secretary of State candidate Kristina Karamo, and "other endorsed candidates." pic.twitter.com/6lL9tDgPF7
— Rachel Louise Just (@RLJnews) March 18, 2022
45th President Donald J. Trump to Hold a Rally in Michigan pic.twitter.com/JAp5p9ielz
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) March 18, 2022
BREAKING: President Trump will be in Michigan to rally in support of Matt DePerno for Attorney General on April 2nd.
— Matthew DePerno for Michigan AG (@deperno4mi) March 18, 2022
Donald Trump announced Friday that he will hold a rally in Washington Township, Macomb County, on Saturday, April 2.https://t.co/ar7bzBZhzC
— upnorthlive.com (@upnorthlive) March 18, 2022
'SAVE AMERICA:' Former President Donald Trump announced Friday he will be coming to Michigan for a rally.https://t.co/ETTZjEYgpT
— WTVC NewsChannel 9 (@newschannelnine) March 19, 2022
As usual, this news is a bit triggering for democrats suffering from Trump derangement Syndrome.
Look at this response from democrat Brian Jaye:
It looks like Donald Trump is coming into my Congressional District to hold a rally on April 2nd, I am sure Lisa McClain will be there. I hope you call me out by name, because it is time, it is time I show America, how you deceived them. @DonaldJTrumpJrhttps://t.co/JvAzpqADH7
— Brian Jaye Dem (He/Him) for Congress MI-09 (@JayeForMI) March 19, 2022
Of course, what more can you expect from someone who puts pronouns in his Twitter bio?
The Detroit Free Press also shared their bitterness to Trump’s announcement:
Former President Donald Trump is coming back to Michigan soon, hosting a rally for at least two Republican contenders for statewide office who have touted his conspiracies that the 2020 election was stolen.
The rally for Matt DePerno, a Kalamazoo attorney and candidate for attorney general, and Kristina Karamo, a candidate for secretary of state, is scheduled for April 2 at 7 p.m. in Washington Township, according to a news release.
“I am so excited to announce President Trump will be joining my campaign in Michigan on April 2nd! He is fired up and knows we will WIN!” an email from DePerno’s campaign reads.
Both DePerno and Karamo are endorsed by Trump and Michigan Republican Party Co-Chair Meshawn Maddock, which could prove key to securing the support of thousands of GOP delegates who will select their party’s nominee.
The real patriots in the country are excited though!
Donald Trump announces new rally: Two weeks from today, 4/2, Washington Township, Mich. Sat, April 2, 2022, 7:00PM EDT at the
Michigan Stars Sports Center, 65665 Powell Rd, Washington Township, MI 48095 pic.twitter.com/zKoc8gK4c7
— Andrew Malcolm (@AHMalcolm) March 19, 2022
Michigan is looking forward to your visit!!!
— Jenn Jam 🇺🇸 (@JennJam_) March 18, 2022