Former President Donald Trump clearly couldn’t stay away from the public eye for long, as he is beginning to ramp up interviews, appearances, and rallies ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.
And as the Biden administration continues to make mistake after mistake with the troop withdrawal, the economy, and overall policy, Trump has no shortage of material to discuss with supporters.
In the midst of speculations that he may run for president for a third time in 2024, Trump has announced through his Save America PAC that he will be holding rallies in two crucial swing states that are coveted by presidential candidates.
First up is Georgia.
Trump will travel to Perry, Ga., to the Georgia National Fairgrounds where he will hold a rally at 7:00 p.m. EDT on Saturday, Sept. 25.
The rally will feature special guest speakers who are speculated to include two endorsees that Trump made last week for two midterm elections that could change the course of the GOP.
Last week, Trump endorsed Herschel Walker, a former NFL star and proud American who Trump says “is a friend, a Patriot, and an outstanding American who is going to be a GREAT United States Senator. He embodies the ‘America First’ and the winning spirit of Georgia.”
The 45th president continued giving Walker glowing remarks, “Herschel Walker will never let you down. He was a great football player, and will be an even better U.S. Senator – if that’s even possible! He has my Complete and Total endorsement!”
In addition to Herschel Walker, Trump also endorsed state Sen. Burt Jones for Georgia Lt. Gov. Last week. “No one has fought harder for Election Integrity than Burt,” he said in a statement. “And no state needs it more.”
After the rally, which will take place later this month, Trump will travel to Iowa to hold the first rally in the state since before the 2020 election last November.
Iowa, which is regarded as a state that is pertinent to winning presidential elections, will host Trump at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines on Saturday, Oct. 9 at 7:00 p.m. CDT, the Save America PAC stated.
This comes after speculation surrounding Trump’s political ambitions began when he hired two Iowa political consultants over the summer.
Although Trump is beginning to campaign for America First candidates across the country who align with his agenda, he is unlikely to announce whether he is running or not until after the midterms around 2023.