President Trump paid a visit to the State of Ohio to kick off what’s being called his ‘revenge tour’, featuring a rally-themed atmosphere that includes endorsements for the 2022 midterm elections as well as his opinion on some of the most prominent political issues facing the country.
As always, Trump focused on the positive accomplishments that his administration played a role in bringing to the American public. He also highlighted many of Biden’s administration struggles and focused on the 2020 election discrepancies at various points in his speech.
During the speech, Trump reaffirmed his endorsement for the Ohio GOP Candidate, Max Miller, who is considered to be an ‘America First’ candidate that aligns with President Trump’s policy ideas. He will face off against Anthony Gonzalez, who voted to impeach Trump in the past.
The rally-themed event included several hints from Trump that he is considering a run in 2024. As he continues to tease the idea of running for a third consecutive election cycle, he primarily remains focused on locking up solid Republican majorities for the 2022 midterm elections. It’s likely that he’ll be more inclined to run in 2024 if he can shift the national political momentum into Republicans’ favor prior to the next Presidential election.
There will be many more ‘revenge tour’ rally events in the near future as Trump honors his pledge to endorse and recognize ‘American First’ candidates across the nation.