Former President Donald Trump will hold two public rallies next month in an attempt to capitalize on a series of scandals that have already plagued the fledgling Biden administration.
Trump’s team is currently choosing the two venues, according to the Daily Mail in the United Kingdom. Another one is predicted around the Fourth of July.
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According to a source familiar with the plans, former President Trump will hold two rallies in June to capitalize on a series of crises engulfing Vice President Joe Biden and set a date for 2024.
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The third rally, which is expected to take the shape of the airport rallies that dominated the final months of last year’s election campaign, will take place around July 3.
“The president is eager to get back on the campaign trail, and we are receiving a lot of proposals and invites from both candidates and political causes in various areas,” a former president’s advisor told the outlet.
The forthcoming rallies will be Trump’s first since he spoke to over 100,000 people in Washington, D.C. on the day of the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.
They’ll also arrive after the former president relocated his headquarters from Florida’s Mar-a-Lago resort to Bedminster, New Jersey.
The Daily Mail also announced that additional high-profile activities are being planned in New Jersey, citing officials familiar with the plans. For example, Make America Great Again Action, a super PAC led by former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, will hold a fundraiser at Trump’s Bedminster club later this month.
In the meantime, there are other changes in TrumpWorld, such as continuing work on a new social media site featuring the former president.
“At the same time, relaxed COVID-19 crowd-control controls and Biden’s problems at the border, with fuel queues, and a spiraling Middle East conflict meant the time was right to resume rallies.