Trump intends to resume rallies in June

According to NY Post, members of the staff of the former US president select places for two events.

Former US President Donald Trump plans to resume holding mass events in June this year. The New York Post reported this.

According to her sources, members of the Trump campaign are currently selecting locations for two rallies in June. It is expected that the third event will take place closer to July 4-the US Independence Day, the main national holiday of the country.

At the end of April, CNN, citing sources from among the aides of the former American leader, reported that Trump might again start holding rallies in support of Republican politicians in May.

In March, the former president said that after the midterm elections in the country, which will be held in 2022, he intends to make a final decision on the possibility of again applying for the post of head of the US administration. In April, he said that he was seriously considering such a possibility. Earlier, Trump expressed confidence that the Republicans have a chance to regain control of both chambers of the US Congress following the results of the 2022 elections. On February 28, the former leader, during a speech at the conference of conservative circles of the United States in Orlando (Florida), admitted that he could again take part in the fight for the post of head of state.

Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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