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He's coming back. Trump is ready to “save America” again

Former U.S. President Donald Trump held his first rally of supporters since leaving office in January 2021.

Donald Trump is back. Banned from all social media, he went to the nation and held his first rally since leaving office. And he continues to insist that he did not lose the election to Joe Biden. In Wellington, Ohio, Trump went out to his supporters and began by making another claim that the results of the November 2020 presidential election, which did not result in him being re-elected for a second term, were rigged.

He hinted that he might run for president a third time.

Walked over Biden

“Did you miss me already?” the former president cheerfully addresses his supporters.

At the rally, Trump touched on topics on which he has spoken out vigorously before, most notably the problem of the growing number of migrants entering the country across the border with Mexico.

“There are millions of people coming into our country. We have no idea who they are,” the former president said, noting that Joe Biden's actions are the opposite of what the Trump administration has been doing.

The Biden administration has called Trump's migration policies inhumane.

New Election

Trump's participation in the next presidential election depends on how the legal problems he faces are resolved. The Manhattan district attorney's office has told Trump's attorneys that they are considering pursuing criminal charges against Trump's family business.

That said, Donald is already urging supporters to support Republicans who will run for the House and Senate.

"We're going to take back Congress, we're going to take back America, and we're going to do it soon,” he said.

The Democratic Party now has a minimal majority in both chambers, but it could lose it in the 2022 election.

Trump is expected to attend two more rallies. Supporters of the former president hope that such events will help Trump rally the Republican Party and provide support for like-minded candidates of the former president.

American society remains divided. And Trump won't stop trolling. The other day, he posted a statement on Telegram, where he has migrated from Twitter, with an unmistakable hint: He reminded us that he “got 75 million votes” in last year's election, even though the election, he said, was “completely fraudulent,” and went on to simply write, without any explanation: “2024 or sooner!” We're talking, of course, about the 2024 election.

It's clearly too early to discuss the chances of a Trump comeback, but the first shot polls are already underway. For example, at the so-called Western Conservative Summit (meaning Western U.S. states), held June 18-19 in Denver by Colorado Christian University, 74% of participants expressed a willingness to support the presidential ambitions of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Trump received 71% of the vote; the other potential entrants in the intraparty selection race, including Senator Ted Cruz and former Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, received far less.

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