On the 28th (local time), more than two months after former US President Donald Trump announced his candidacy for the 2024 presidential election, he attended rallies in New Hampshire and South Carolina in the eastern region and started his first election campaign in these states, which start voting early.
"Together, we will complete the unfinished work of making America great again," Trump declared as he introduced his South Carolina leadership at an evening gathering in Columbia.
Trump and his supporters, buoyed by the support they've garnered from events in these two states, are looking forward to putting themselves at the forefront of the presidential race, surmounting many of the messy judicial issues that have cast doubt on his re-election bid...
"Everyone says Trump won't rally, won't campaign, he won't have the power to do it already," Trump said earlier at his first campaign rally, the annual meeting of the New Hampshire Republican leadership in Salem. I am devoting all my energy to this issue.”
In the months since announcing his candidacy, Trump has mostly spent his time at golf clubs in Florida or at golf courses near his home, but his entourage insists they've been busy behind the scenes.
In Palm Beach, Florida, the Trump presidential campaign headquarters opened and continued to recruit his staff.
In recent weeks, Trump supporters have continued to reach out to political groups and elected officials to offer support for Trump at a critical moment while other Republicans are busy with their own business, he said.
Trump, who announced that he will run for president in 2024, is still only one of the presidential candidates along with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former Vice President Mike Pence, and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley. [Newsis]