When the GOP presidential primaries began, numerous figures threw their hat into the ring. It apparently didn’t occur to them that Trump had unfinished business. And despite media claims, the polls showed Trump with a seemingly insurmountable lead.
And, if Iowa is any indication, the polls were right. Trump might soon dominate the primaries, building steam for the general election.
Trump is poised to take the next primary state by storm. He has a big rally planned for the night before the election. And joining him on stage will be three guests who are sure to surprise voters. And it is the first clear sign that the GOP is uniting.
From Fox News:
Former President Trump will be joined on stage in New Hampshire Monday night by former opponents, now endorsers Sen. Tim Scott, Vivek Ramaswamy and Gov. Doug Burgum in a “show of force” that the Republican Party is “united and ready to take on Joe Biden,” Fox News Digital has learned.
Trump is set to hold a rally at 9:00 p.m. in Laconia, New Hampshire, Monday night — just hours before the state’s first-in-the-nation primary. Trump is leading former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley by double digits in recent polling.
Donald Trump will be hosting a rally in New Hampshire. He will be joined by three former rivals, Sen. Tim Scott, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Gov. Doug Burgum. The men will appear on stage with Trump as a sign of unity among Republicans.
The three former candidates will speak on stage during the rally. This comes after a long and somewhat contentious primary season. The Republican Party continued to hold debates for GOP candidates, even as Donald Trump led in polls by double digits.
Trump had called on the GOP to cancel the debates and focus its resources on opposing the Biden campaign. It is possible that the party’s dip in donations was the result of Trump voters frustrated that the Republican Party wasn’t listening to his advice.
The appearance of these former rivals might be a sign to voters that the party is united. Few Republicans are left that have not endorsed the former president. With DeSantis dropping out, only Nikki Haley is running against him.
- Donald Trump will be joined by Sen. Tim Scott, Vivek Ramaswamy, and Gov. Doug Burgum during his New Hampshire rally.
- The event will be a sign that Republicans are “united and ready to take on Joe Biden.”
- Trump is leading Nikki Haley by a large margin in New Hampshire, according to most polls.
Source: Fox News