Trump Announces His First Step Toward 2024

Former President Trump has unveiled his first post-office rally will happen later this month in the city of Wellington, Ohio.

Trump says the appearance will be among “first of many.”

President Trump is scheduled to go to a rally at the fairgrounds in Lorain County on June 26th. Doors will be opened at 2 p.m., while tickets are still free, they are being limited to only two per request. It is unknown if there will be any guest speakers at the rally.

A comment from the Save America PAC said the event would kick off “Trump’s first of many events in support of Republican candidates that continue MAGA goals and successes of Trump’s White House.”

According to some reports, Trump is expected to speak for endorsed Republican candidates including his former aide Max Miller. Miller is seeking to unseat current GOP Congressman Anthony Gonzalez, who joined with Democrats to impeach Trump. After his vote, the Ohio GOP Party moved to censure Gonzalez, who is coming under increasing pressure to resign.

Back in Feb., Trump celebrated Miller’s performance as an aide and said he would be a “great” addition for Congress.

“Max Miller is a great guy who did a wonderful job and will make a great Congressman., said Trump. “He’s a Marine vet and a real PATRIOT.”

Trump won Ohio in the November presidential election by 8 points over Biden.

The June 26 even will be the first of its type since Donald Trump left office on January 20th.

Other reports say that Trump is planning to have a rally in Tampa, Florida, on July 3rd.

The former president has also teased another presidential run for the 2024. In April, Trump said he was considering another go and said he would consider Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) as a possible running mate.

“He is a friend. Certainly, he would be considered., Trump said. “I backed him, and he took off like a rocket ship. He has done a wonderful job as governor. From what I read, people love that ticket.”

Author: Blake Ambrose