Donald Trump is ramping up his campaign activities in Iowa with the goal of consolidating his commanding lead before the state’s early Republican caucuses. Despite having campaigned less in Iowa compared to his 2024 GOP contenders, the former President intends to visit the state five times through October. The aim is to transform his lead in the polls into a robust voter base, thereby stifling his rivals’ momentum and potentially clinching the primary race early.
In an unscripted moment that thrilled his fan base, former President Donald Trump unexpectedly showed up at a crowded Iowa bar and handed out entire pizzas. The audience reacted with spirited chants of “We want pizza from Trump!” and “We love Trump!”
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WATCH: Iowa crowd erupts when President Trump surprises bar PACKED with supporters by handing out full PIZZAS: "We want pizza from Trump!" “We love Trump!”
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) September 21, 2023
During his appearances, Trump has been emphasizing better organization than in 2016, when he finished closely behind Ted Cruz in the Iowa caucuses. His campaign is actively collecting pledge cards from supporters, which help them gather valuable contact information for voter outreach and volunteer recruitment. Despite facing multiple indictments, Trump remains the early front-runner, even as rivals like Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and others mount aggressive campaigns in the state.