With every passing day, it seems more apparent that Trump has made up his mind regarding running for office in 2024.
On Tuesday night, the Save America PAC announced two more rallies to be held by Trump.
He will now be appearing in Georgia and Iowa in September and October, respectively.
Will He or Won’t He?
The entire nation is waiting to find out if Trump will be running again.
Opinions are all over the place on this, even among Trump supporters.
The question is not if he will win the nomination but if he can get enough support to win a general election.
The answer to that question may have been leaning more towards a “no” just a few weeks ago, but Biden has been on a downward trend like we have never seen.
The leaving of Americans behind in Afghanistan was the final straw, and now polls have Trump beating Biden in a rematch of 2020.
That being the case, it appears as though Trump will be looking to capitalize on that momentum.
Trump’s PAC announced a September 25 rally just outside of Atlanta and an October 9 rally in Des Moines.
In addition to Trump’s previous rallies, these rally locations now make it seem as though the announcement is imminent.
The Georgia event could also serve as a kickoff event of sorts for Herschel Walker, who just announced he is running for the Senate seat currently held by Raphael Warnock.
We should also note that the fever behind Trump is hotter than ever after Florida Governor Ron DeSantis seemed to bow out, stating that reports of him running for president are “purely manufactured.”
Trump has previously pointed to FEC rules that do not allow him to announce this early, as well as stating he would like to concentrate on getting the right Republicans in place to take back Congress in 2022.
We have to keep playing the guessing game for now, but it sure looks like a lock that he will run from where I am sitting.
Source: New York Post