The Donald Trump tribunal meeting stands. In his first campaign rally since leaving the White House, former US President Biden exploded the administration’s immigration policies on Saturday, June 26, urging his supporters to help Republicans gain a majority in Congress.
As Donald Trump has delivered speeches at Republican events since the election defeat of Democratic leader Joe Biden, the rally in a state he won in the 2020 presidential election marks a return to the type of rallies needed to retain support for its election. Foundation.
Donald Trump has been criticized by his supporters in the U.S. He withdrew following the horrific January 6 attacks on the Capitol, and after a speech repeated his false claims that his election defeat was the result of fraud. Escaping the second indictment, he retained widespread influence over the Republican Party, opening the question of whether he would run again in 2024.
At a meeting of thousands of enthusiastic supporters on Saturday, Donald Trump presented some of his usual grievances, criticizing the U.S. election and placing particular emphasis on the influx of immigrants into the United States through their homes. Southern boundary.
“Millions of people are entering our country. We don’t know who they are. Joe Biden is doing the opposite of what we did.”, Did he announce?
The Biden administration has called Donald Trump’s immigration policies inhumane.
“We are going to take back the United States.”
When he was vague on his political plans, the former president spoke out strongly for his party to regain control of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
“We’m going to capture the House, we’m going to capture the Senate, we’m going to capture the United States, we’m going to do that soon.”, Did he announce?
A very narrow majority of Democrats in both houses of Congress will be at risk in the 2022 midterm elections, and history supports the prospect of Republicans winning seats in those polls.
In Ohio, Donald Trump campaigned for former White House aide Max Miller, who is running against House Republican Anthony Gonzalez, one of the ten House Republicans who voted for Donald Trump’s indictment after the January 6 attacks.
Donald Trump has promised to campaign against these ten Republicans. He backed Senator Lisa Murkowski’s opponent, one of seven Senate Republicans who voted to be convicted during his indictment in January, and is set to run again in 2022.
The Wellington Rally, 40 miles southwest of Cleveland, is the first of three public events planned by Donald Trump. A trip to the U.S.-Mexico border with Texas Governor Greg Abbott on June 30 and a July 3 visit to Fla. The rally will also take place in Sarasota. His supporters said he hoped Donald Trump would use the events to help unite the party behind congressional candidates.