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Donald Trump heads to Iowa for campaign-style rally on Saturday, sending warnings to GOP rivals – India Times

the former President Trump Takes another step towards 2024 run with a rally on Saturday Iowa, sending him a signal GOP Rivals that it maintains a strong hold on an important place in the enrollment calendar.

He’ll reach the Iowa County Fairgrounds in Des Moines after his best voting numbers ever in the state.

The latest Des Moines Register/MediaCom Iowa poll shows 53 percent of Iovans have a favorable view of the former president.

Sam Nunberg, the property magnate’s first political hire in 2011, when he began thinking about a possible run, said Iowa was the key to Trump’s victory in 2016, when he was the first to win the state since George W. was the first person.

“I think he’s going to run, but even if he doesn’t it’s important for Trump to maintain a strong presence in that state because in the Iowa caucus you can organize to win,” he said.

‘And if that doesn’t undo other people, they can see a way out.’

Former President Trump brings his campaign-style rallies to Des Moines, Iowa, on Saturday, where his good voting numbers put him in a dominant position in the early caucusing state.

Des Moines will be Trump's sixth rally since leaving office.  They come with all the features of a campaign rally, even though Trump has yet to announce that he will run in 2024.

Des Moines will be Trump’s sixth rally since leaving office. They come with all the features of a campaign rally, even though Trump has yet to announce that he will run in 2024.

Even his potential opponents know this.

Former Vice President Mike Pence arrived in July and will return next month to speak at an event hosted by the Young American Foundation.

Trump’s Secretary of State Pompeo is another frequent visitor.

‘My wife Susan was born in Iowa City, but grew up in Wichita. According to the Des Moines Register, he said at the Family Leadership Summit in July, “He spent his summers in Coralville and Strawberry Point.

‘So I’m back, I don’t know why some of these other people are coming back now. I cant figure it out.”

and Nikki Haley, a former UN ambassador, launched a program for the Republican Party of Iowa in June.

Trump aides say they plan to make a decision on running after the midterm next year. But he reportedly came close to officially announcing it in recent days, skipping that timetable and campaigning openly.

Yet Trump has started organizing in Iowa, which he won in November by more than eight percentage points.

In August, he hired two political advisers in Iowa to strengthen his Save America political-action committee.

At the same time, Trump’s approval has increased in the state and President Biden has come under control.

According to the Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll, the current president’s approval rating in Iowa is just 31 percent—less than Trump’s worst rating ever, with 62 percent of adults disapproving of the work he’s doing.

‘Incidentally, Biden’s numbers in the state are terrifying. Terrible, Nunberg said.

“So this is a perfect opportunity to really stick it to Biden and also remind those 2024 potential GOP prospects that Trump still holds the crown, sits on the throne and no matter what, everything runs through him.” Is.” It is.’

Chuck Grassley will speak at a rally in front of Trump as he bids to win a midterm eighth term next year

Chuck Grassley will speak at a rally in front of Trump as he bids to win a midterm eighth term next year

Trump’s rating among Republicans at 91 percent is even better than 88-year-old seven-time senator Chuck Grassley.

Polster J. “I didn’t imagine the day Donald Trump would be 10 points more popular with Iowa Republicans than the venerable Chuck Grassley,” Ann Selzer told the Des Moines Register.

Grassley is on the roster of speakers at Saturday’s rally, fueling speculation that Trump will extend his support as the senator bids for an eighth term in 2022.

The two are friendly after Grassley criticized Trump’s words and actions after the January 6 attack on the US Capitol, apparently settling their differences.

Several other Republican officials facing re-election next year are due to speak, including Gov. Kim Reynolds, and Reps Ashley Hinson and Marianne Miller-Meeks.

Republican Party of Iowa President Jeff Kaufman said when Trump spoke in August his focus was on the medium term.

He told the Wall Street Journal, ‘They never brought him running for president.’

‘He understands very clearly that potentially the way to a majority in the federal House of Representatives is through Iowa and he certainly wants to be a part of it.’

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