Trump to Continue Rallies Soon


President Trump will soon continue his campaign rallies, according to sources within the campaign.

The campaign will resume in-person campaign events within the next two weeks.

The Daily Caller reports:

The campaign is planning to relaunch in-person events within the next two weeks. Trump last graced the stage at an official campaign rally in March, and campaign manager Brad Parscale is reportedly preparing a list of potential sites willing to relax coronavirus social distancing guidelines to allow spectators to attend.

Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and staff have scouted several potential locations, including Jacksonville, FL, Savannah, GA, and Phoeniz, AZ and Dallas, TX. All could also potentially host the next Trump rally.

“Americans are ready to get back to action and so is President Trump,” Parscale said in a statement. “The Great American Comeback is real and the rallies will be tremendous. You’ll again see the kind of crowds and enthusiasm that Sleepy Joe Biden can only dream of.”

The campaign is also considering selecting a new campaign slogan amidst the economic slowdown caused by coronavirus and the protests surrounding the killing of George Floyd.

They originally planned to use “Keep America Great”.

According to the Daily Mail:

The president has repeatedly tried out the fresh ‘Transition to Greatness’ – a statement born of the grim reality of the start of the coronavirus outbreak. He has repeatedly said there would be improvement in the summer and then a boom in the fall and next year.

With polls showing nearly two-thirds of the country thinks the country is on the ‘wrong track,’  Trump has also brought back his ‘Make America Great Again’ slogan. His campaign’s online store leans heavily on the ‘Keep America Great’ slogan, which Trump rolled out after consulting advisors and then polling large campaign rallies before the outbreak. 

Trump famously wore a red Keep America Great Again hat while touring the Centers for Disease Control along with top health official in March. But its prominence might not last.

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