Trump may announce another presidential bid amidst a flurry of scandals
It's been announced that President Donald Trump will begin holding his first rallies since losing the presidency to Joe Biden in November of 2020. The former President, long known for his fervent rallies that have drawn massive crowds over the years, will finally take to the stage again and will be touring a few select cities across the United States. Trump will presumably be marking a moment of fruition when he will either announce another bid for the presidency or not.
The nation has been watching and waiting to see the former president's next move, to see if he will try and take the White House one more time after his upsetting loss to now-President Biden. The whole country and the world feels on edge.
Trump's presidency was marked by political strife and fighting that characterized the entirety of his first and only term. His Twitter feed was watched daily as the president engaged in policy-by-tweet and rallied his base behind causes that Democrats felt were repugnant. And most of all, his demeanor stoked the flames of racial and political tensions across the country.
Coming days after the announcement that the former president and Fox News host Bill O'Reilly would be taking the stage to discuss the history of the Trump presidency, Trump has now announced a separate series of rallies that we can only assume will be campaign rallies. Maybe Trump has the itch to be on stage again.
Former President Trump and Bill O'Reilly have announced dates for Orlando, Florida as well as Sunrise, Florida, and President Trump himself will be kicking off his latest series of rallies in Cleveland, Ohio, before eventually working his way to Tampa, Florida.
This is all happening as the former President still denies the election results that ousted him from the seat of presidential power. He's currently challenging Biden's victory, even though recounts have reaffirmed President Biden's victory several times. The State of Georgia recounted their votes no less than three times, while the State of Wisconsin also did a recount.
It was a bitter contest as Trump, along with South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, pressured the State of Georgia to overturn the results of the election. Georgia was the final shoe that dropped in the Senate race which handed all of the levers of government, the House, the Senate, and the Presidency, to the Democrats.
Recently, emails have been unearthed that have shown the former President attempted to pressure federal officials into promoting a false narrative surrounding the election, meaning Trump will be ramping up his new tours amidst a flurry of chaotic scandals in true Trump fashion.
Trump, or at the very least, Trump's organization, is now under criminal investigation in New York State, as well, further complicated the former President's hopes of another presidential bid. State of New York Attorney General Letitia James announced the criminal investigation into former President Trump's business dealings back in May, and we can presume the investigations have been underway ever since.
President Trump will also be visiting North Carolina.
We'll see what happens with these rallies, as no one is quite certain exactly what will be said, which is typical of President Trump. His speeches are like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get.