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Trump begins campaign meetings with supporters: why Republicans are afraid of what he will say

This summer, 45th US President Donald Trump plans to resume his signature campaign rallies in a number of states. He is considering whether to fight for the presidency in 2024. Writes about it CNN.

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“We will make one meeting each in Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina,” the 45th president said, and clarified that he would release the rally schedule “relatively soon”:

"We'll be announcing them very soon within the next weeks or two."

Aides close to the president's political campaign previously said that Trump had been looking forward to returning to the rally scene earlier this year and tasked a small group of advisers to explore the logistics of planning such events.

Although he does not vote in the 2022 midterm elections, Trump has publicly pledged to provide assistance to the GOP and Republican candidates who have shown loyalty to him and his claims of massive fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

Trump is expected to speak at the North Carolina Republican Party convention next month - an event he referred to as the "rally" in North Carolina, Trump aide Jason Miller explained.

A source close to Trump said he views U.S. Independence Day, July 4, as a target date for one summer rally, and plans to host at least two others with his team in the coming weeks. However, questions arise about the structure of such events, the organization of which can cost several hundred thousand dollars. These rallies may be banned in some locations where COVID-19 restrictions remain.

“It will definitely be different in terms of organization, but we are really well prepared for planning these events in 2020, so we will probably use many of the same organizers again,” explained a person close to Trump's post-presidential campaign.

Trump has rarely appeared in public since leaving office on January 20 and taking up residence at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. In addition to speaking at the annual conference in Orlando in February, he attended various events and spoke privately with some Republicans.

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While some potential GOP candidates for 2024, such as former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, said they would not be affected by Trump's decision to join the race or drop out of the campaign, others said they would refuse to run if The 45th president will apply for a comeback.

"I'm going to make a decision at the right time and let you know," Trump said.

Due to the planned rallies, the Republican Party found itself in difficult circumstances, writes Yahoo!.

Trump was one of the few Republican candidates to lose a high-profile race in 2020. GOP candidates have won many closed races across the country.

Nonetheless, the party continues to hold Trump's position as a standard bearer for the foreseeable future due to his high popularity. A large majority of Republicans say they believe his claims that the elections were stolen from him.

It is true that Trump received just over 74 million votes last fall, although there were millions of American voters who voted for Republicans, but found him so controversial that they voted for Joe Biden or did not vote at all. These votes were an important reason why Biden received 82 million votes.

And now officials can only wait, watch and hope that Trump will not use his rallies to continue pushing for his 2020 election victory.

"I think it will be massive if Trump continues to drive his campaign forward and maintain campaign discipline that he hasn't had before," said Caton Dawson, former chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party. "If he keeps talking about inflation and the state of the economy, then everything will be fine."

Dawson acknowledged that one word “if” carries a lot of weight.

"Shifting history is not the best political strategy," Dawson said.

Many Republicans are of the same opinion. They hope Trump will avoid talking about past elections and focus on future ones.

“Mid-term elections for a ousted party is usually the time to take seats and achieve success. If Donald Trump turns these rallies into a Democratic referendum in Washington, he could have a very positive impact on the return of the House and Senate, ”said Michael Byundo, senior adviser to the 2016 Trump campaign.

Scott Reed, a seasoned Republican campaign consultant, said that "the key to Trump's rallies is his support and help in nominating GOP candidates who could win in the fall of 2022."

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"Trump will also do well if he talks more about the future, his many successes as president, and stops challenging past elections," Reid said. "The Republican Party really needs to get back to increasing voter numbers and developing a conservative agenda."

But there is no evidence that Trump will try to help the party. His behavior indicates that he is still obsessed with past elections.

Among other things, there were messages in which Trump believes that he will reinstated as president this summer.

Dawson, the former chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party, noted that it might not matter to Trump if Republicans return the House and Senate majority in the 2022 election.

However, Dawson is hopeful. He said Trump may be looking to focus on winning the House of Representatives rather than winning the hearts of his core supporters.

“I hope and pray that he will keep moving forward and talk about the next election,” Dawson said.

Bill Palatucci, one of three members of the New Jersey Republican National Committee, said: "It is important for the president to understand that his legacy is in question here."

Palatucci was an outspoken critic of Trump after the storming of the Capitol on January 6, when he urged his supporters to stop certifying the 2020 elections.

But Palatucci said in an interview that "we must give credit to this guy for his popularity."

“I do not deny this and do not deny that it creates problems for the party,” he said.

Palatucci, a close adviser to former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, believes Trump is popular with only 25% of Republicans in light of poll data and the results of the recent early elections.

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