October 19, 2021

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Trump campaign rallies to start again in the next couple of weeks

Trump campaign rallies to start again in the next couple of weeks

WASHINGTON – US President Donald Trump plans to hold campaign rallies again in the next two weeks, a Trump campaign official said Monday.

Growing up in crowded stadiums, Trump has not held a rally in Charlotte, North Carolina since March 2, and deputies have described him as a bit cut out for the November 3 US presidential election and to start a campaign again. .

It is unclear when or where Trump’s first rally will be, and a statement from Politico confirms that security measures for the participants are still being implemented.

Campaign manager Brad Parscale is set to present the president with some options over the next few days. In a statement, Parscale predicts that Trump’s rallies will outnumber Democrat’s Joe Biden, whose campaign has also been severely curtailed due to the virus.

The Republican nomination convention is also plagued by current public health rules that prevent Trump from delivering his acceptance speech in front of a full delegation and supporters in Charlotte, North Carolina, as originally planned.

On Monday, a separate campaign adviser said the president and the Republican National Committee were leaning toward moving Trump’s speech to Jacksonville, Florida, where they expected to gather in large numbers. Both the campaign officer and the consultant spoke on condition of anonymity.

Trump is pushing for a reversal of the stagnant prospect of reelection, and is counting on a revival in the US economy that has been ravaged by the global epidemic. He is caught up in the mass protests that erupted after the death of African-American George Floyd in police custody.

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Many public opinion polls show Biden nationally and in some of the battleground states where the election is scheduled.

However, Trump’s political advisers see the radical Republican interest in his candidacy based on a record of the victories of the 64 party candidates he endorsed in the 2018 special election.