On Saturday, former President Donald Trump spoke at the “Save America Rally” in Wellington, Ohio. This specific rally was in support of Max Miller, whom Trump has endorsed in his primary challenge against Rep. Anthony Gonzalez. The Republican congressman who has represented Ohio’s 16th district since 2019, voted to impeach Trump in his second impeachment trial.
The former president we know so well was there to remind the crowd of the already obvious stark contrast between his administration and the Biden administration, particularly when it comes to “our poor borders.”
While Trump inevitably did dedicate a significant portion of his speech to the 2020 election, he also did remind the crowd of the importance of the 2022 mid-term elections. In fact, the Saturday night rally is regarded as “the very first rally of the 2022 election.”
Some Republicans, including Trump’s own allies such as Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO), would prefer a focus on 2022 and 2024, rather than on 2020. Trump, however, is determined to focus on the past as well as the future, because he sees them as connected. “The biggest tragedy of all,” Trump would go on to lament, “is millions of Americans have lost confidence in their vote,” something he vowed “we cannot let… happen.” (Read more from “Trump Kicks off ‘Save America’ Tour” HERE)
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