Trump is back on the Ohio political scene

Former US President Donald Trump is organizing an election rally for the first time since his resignation. He speaks in Wellington, near Cleveland and will travel to Ohio on Saturday to support party member and former chancellor Max Miller.

Max Miller opposes Republican Congressman Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio. He voted to impeach Trump in January. This was in response to the storming of the Capitol on January 6 by violent protesters who challenged the election results. Trump had just shouted a few miles ago that action must be taken to restore what he believes to be a stolen election. This was Trump’s last speech to a crowd of supporters. Now he wants to get back on the road and is still fighting for the 2020 elections to be fair and the results right.

Trump has planned more meetings in Ohio and is likely to head to the Mexican border with Texas Governor Greg Abbott on June 30. On July 3, he addresses his supporters in the evening at the Red America rally in Sarasota, Florida. This meeting literally creates fireworks, because they were finally launched for National Day, on July 4th.

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