The Political Insider
Former President Trump has discussed the possibility of bringing back Make America Great Again rallies so popular during his campaigns and president, according to a report by CNN.
The report noted that Trump wants to remain a part of the political conversation even though he is no longer president or has the option to use Twitter, where he has been permanently banned.
NEW: Trump hopes to hold rallies for some of the candidates he supports as early as May and get him away from Mar-a-Lago, where he’s been working on a converted bridal suite.
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– Gabby Orr (@GabbyOrr_) April 28, 2021
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Massive MAGA rallies were a staple of the Trump years
Future rallies would allegedly support Trump-endorsed candidates challenging seated Republicans who voted to indict Trump over the Jan. 6 Capitol protests.
Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski is one of seven Republican senators who criticized Trump and sentenced him in his second impeachment trial.
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Even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Trump held massive MAGA rallies in 2020. The rallies ended when Trump lost the general presidential election to Joe Biden.
Relapse: President Trump stops the motorcade on the freeway to enter the back door of the rally venue in Southern California when protesters block the front entrance. Unstoppable! pic.twitter.com/jLeYt8T9t1
– Alicia A Osmera🗣 (@AliciaOsmera) April 23, 2021
Trump Aide: “It will definitely be different in terms of setup”
A Trump adviser told CNN about the planned rallies: “It will definitely be different in terms of setup, but we have planned these events really well in 2020 so we will likely be using a lot of these vendors again.”
Since Trump was banned from Twitter, he has been communicating through statements from his office, particularly against Republicans who criticized him.
On Tuesday, Trump’s office released a statement calling Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney a “warmongering fool” after she said she did not run for president in 2024.
Former President Donald Trump Says Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney Is A “Warmonger” [who] wants to stay in the Middle East and Afghanistan for another 19 years “and is concerned about rejection from her constituents in Wyoming, where she is voting poorly. pic.twitter.com/DfPE4RWzzI
– Mollie (@MZHemingway) April 27, 2021
CONNECTED: Hawley ridicules Liz Cheney over possible presidential election: she has “no support in her own caucus”
New Trump rallies could start as early as May
“Liz Cheney has sooooo low polls in Wyoming and has sooo little support even from the Wyoming Republican Party that she’s looking for a way out of her Congressional race,” Trump said in a statement.
Cheney is another seated Republican who earned a GOP lead challenger because of her approach to Trump.
These rallies could begin in May, according to Trump aides over CNN.
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