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Donald Trump: Ex-President returns to the stage

Rumors of Trump as a presidential candidate for 2024 are circulating, and public rallies are planned. Meanwhile, the Republicans face a split.

New York – Six months after the riots at the US Capitol, former US President Donald Trump wants to appear again in public. According to the New York Post, it should be that time again soon. Donald Trump plans to hold one of his notorious rallies in June.

The exact dates and locations are not yet known. What is clear, however, is that Trump has planned two events for June, as a source in the New York Post reported. Another rally is planned for around July 4th, US Independence Day.

Donald Trump is back: rallies planned for summer

Since January 6th, it has become a little quieter about the former President of the USA. Occasionally Trump still gives interviews, but since the “storm on the Capitol” he has only appeared in public sporadically. A few hours after his speech, many of his supporters had moved to the US Capitol with the aim of disrupting the counting of the votes of the electorate. Five people were killed in the riot that followed.

The news that Trump is now back in the limelight is fueling speculation that Donald Trump will run for President of the United States again in 2024. He has already made many hints, but so far he has not really wanted to comment. “It’s still very early,” he said in an interview on a talk show on Daily Wire in early May. He added cryptically: “People will be very, very happy when I make a certain announcement.” It is not known whether he meant his candidacy. But it is imperative that the American people “stay tuned”.

Trump’s rallies and campaign events were instrumental to his government for a while and, like his frequent escapades on Twitter, were a hallmark of his presidency. Thousands of people gathered to see Trump live. The media effect was not lacking.

Donald John Trump
Born June 14, 1946 in New York City
capital $ 2.4 billion (2021) Forbes
Spouse Melania Trump (married 2005), Marla Maples (married 1993–1999), Ivana Trump (married 1977–1992)
children Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr., Barron Trump, Tiffany Trump, Eric Trump

USA: The Republicans and the transition to the Trump party

Trump’s power in the Republican Party does indeed seem unbroken. Since his candidacy for the presidency in 2016, he has had a steep career in the party. Even if he was voted out of office as president by the people of the United States, his word still carries weight. And whoever attacks him can quickly lose his position with the Republicans.

This is currently evident in the case of Liz Cheney. The Trump critic from the ranks of the Republicans had taken the view, among other things, that Trump’s claims on January 6 about alleged election fraud in the US led to the storming of the Capitol. In the subsequent impeachment process, she voted for Trump to be convicted. She publicly said that Trump’s saga of the stolen election was a lie. A few days ago, Cheney had to leave, the 54-year-old was voted out of her leadership position. She was replaced by Elise Stefanik, an avowed Trump supporter.

Republican Party in the USA: Nothing works without Trump

Donald Trump acted maliciously after being voted out of office. “Liz Cheney is a bitter, terrible person. I watched her and realized how bad she is for the Republican Party, “wrote Trump on his new website after his Twitter account was blocked since the storm on the Capitol. Politically, Cheney is seen as a conservative hardliner with extreme opinions, for example on homosexuality, was traded as Maggie Thatcher of the USA. But apparently content-related positions do not play a role – if you turn against Donald Trump.

As a result of the development of the Republican Party into a “Trump Party”, 100 Republican MPs threaten to leave the “Grand Old Party” and found their own party. These “rationalists” distance themselves from the “radicals” who, in their opinion, are gaining more and more power within the Republican Party.

It is questionable whether there will be a split among the Republicans. In all likelihood, they will not accept Trump’s renewed candidacy for the presidency of the United States at the latest. And Trump’s popularity with the grassroots continues to be great. (Sebastian Richter)

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