Trump to hold series of ‘Save America’ rallies

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President Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020, in Winston-Salem, N.C. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

Former President Donald Trump will kick off a series of post-presidential rallies with stops in at least four states, including Florida, but will he be able to reenergize the Republican Party?

Jonathan Martin, chairman of the Lee County Republican Party, thinks so. He said the rallies will show the strong support Trump continues to maintain.

Trump’s rallies have received a lot of media attention since 2015, and as he continues to protest his election loss to President Joe Biden, the upcoming rallies will no doubt be in the spotlight.

Many see it as an opportunity to reconnect with his supporters and reappear on the national stage. Martin said he expects a tremendous turnout and Trump will bring attention to topics like border security and human trafficking.

“To make sure that we have the freedoms going forward. That’s it, we’re not asking for anything else. I don’t think for Republicans to prevail in the midterm elections, in the governor’s race next year or for the White House in 2024, we don’t have to reinvent the wheel, all we have to do is go back to what our basic American principles are.”

Trump has hinted at another presidential campaign for 2024. He plans to hold a rally in Wellington, Ohio, next Saturday and is expected to be in the Tampa area next month.

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