Just a few days later campaign In Florida, former President Donald Trump continued to criticize Republicans he called RINOs (in name only) for staying silent about the 2020 election fraud.
President Trump’s campaign in Ohio at the end of June 2021 (Photo: SAVE AMERICA PAC)
About 25,000 people attended the former President’s rally in Sarasota, Florida on Saturday, after about 20,000 had attended the rally in Wellington, Ohio a week earlier. Some supporters told reporters they had camped out for days looking forward to meeting the former President.
“Watching record crowds of more than 45,000 people in Ohio and Florida, waiting days, standing in the pouring rain, including people from far away. All they want is HOPE for their great Country again. Their arms are outstretched, they cry over the rigged Election.”
“The RINO guys know nothing about this movement. In fact, they’re probably our biggest problem. We will never save our country or become great again unless Republicans have to be HARDER and SMARTER,” Trump wrote.
Ohio and Florida are Trump’s first campaign-style rallies since the former president left office in January. Both campaigns have largely focused on criticizing the Biden administration’s failures to run the country, assertions about election fraud, and supporting or not supporting Republican candidates for political positions. next election.
At rallies, Mr. Trump has urged his supporters in next year’s midterm elections to vote for Republicans embracing the “America First” line. , do not vote for members who are only Republican (RINO).
Mr. Trump also continues to keep open the possibility of running for President again in 2024, he has not made any official announcement yet.