Donald J. Trump, the 45th president of the United States, recently announced that he will host a massive rally “to celebrate America” in Sarasota, Florida on July 3. The announcement was made by Trump’s PAC, Save America, on Thursday.
In addition, Trump plans to hold his first Post-Oval Office rally in Wellington, Ohio on Saturday, June 26. This gathering will mark one of several events planned over the next several weeks.
In Ohio, the rally will take place at the Lorain County Fair, which is a roughly 40-minute drive from the city of Cleveland. This rally will mark the first time that Trump addresses supporters in this type of setting since January 6 rally in Washington, D.C., which culminated in an attack on U.S. Capitol Hill.
The rally in Ohio is intended to promote Max Miller’s campaign, who is presently challenging Rep. Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH). Miller served as one of Trump’s advisors, whereas Gonzalez was one of ten GOP Reps who voted in favor of impeaching Trump after the events of January 6.
On the other hand, the July 3 rally, which is co-sponsored by the GOP Party of Florida, will take place on the Sarasota Fairgrounds, and it will also include “a HUGE fireworks show to celebrate America following President Trump’s remarks to conclude a full day event commemorating our Great Country!“
Moreover, Trump’s Save American PAC notes that the Sarasota rally would further illuminate Trump’s continued, fervent support of the agenda underlying MAGA, as well as the accomplishments of his presidential administration.
In Sarasota, doors will open at 2:00 p.m. for a “45 Fest,” complete with food, beverages, merchandise giveaways, live music, and numerous guest speakers.
Trump himself will speak at approximately 8:00 p.m., and an impressive fireworks show is set to follow his speech.
More Trump rallies are highly likely to be scheduled over the coming weeks, as detailed by Trump himself on One America News in May. Aside from Ohio and Floria, Trump also plans to do a rally in North Carolina and Georgia.
Trump also spoke at the annually held Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in February, and he provided an address to the North Carolina GOP Party’s convention earlier in the month.
Additionally, Trump also plans to speak at the CPAC conference in July, which will be held in Dallas.
After leaving office, Trump has largely expressed his perspectives through formally released statements, as well as through televised interviews with networks such as Fox and Newsmax.