In the run-up to the 2024 election, former President Donald Trump will return in full force to the massive rallies he has accustomed his supporters to, with at least two appearances scheduled in June and three in July, according to the DailyMail.

For many MAGA supporters who saw 2024 as too far away, this is undoubtedly the most eagerly awaited news.

According to an adviser working on Trump’s planning team, “The president is anxious to get back out on the trail and we are getting a lot of offers and invitations from both candidates and political causes in different areas.”

He also said the events are more likely to be held at airports, repeating the outdoor rallies developed in the final months of last year’s election campaign.

There are several indications of an increase in the strength of Donald Trump in the leadership of the Republican Party. One of the latest moves that have MAGA supporters most hopeful was the launch of a new platform from which Trump will communicate with his followers. 

 It is unclear whether this new space will become a social network, although its publications have similar characteristics and can even be shared on Facebook and Twitter.

Among the latest posts on this new platform are several darts aimed at so-called “RINOs,” a term used to refer to officials elected as members of the Republican Party but who govern and legislate as Democrats.

In a 3 May post, Trump noted that support for fervently anti-Trump Liz Cheney was crumbling to such an extent that the Wyoming representative would not even be able to run for re-election.

In line with this, Neonnettle media also references Cheney’s departure, highlighting that the announcement of Trump’s rallies comes after House Republicans finally ousted her from the House leadership. 

In addition, days before the vote for her replacement on Friday, Trump reportedly issued a statement urging Republicans to swap the “warmongering” Cheney for the “talented” Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY).

“We need someone in Leadership who has experience flipping districts from Blue to Red as we approach the important 2022 midterms, and that’s Elise! She knows how to win, which is what we need!” Trump concluded in his statement.

Earlier this week, Trump moved from Mar-a-Lago, Florida, to his Bedminster golf club in New Jersey, from where he will continue planning his campaign platform.

As indicated by his adviser, Trump will seek to capitalize on the serious crisis engulfing Democratic President Joe Biden by laying down a marker for 2024, adding that Biden’s struggles on the border, with fuel lines and the confrontation in the Middle East, meant the time was right to restart the rallies.

So the raucous MAGA events are likely to give him a new lease of life and will play an essential role in his current campaign, as much as it did in the 2016 election. 

Trump will once again be able to embrace the warmth of his patriotic supporters and set out together again on a stronger path to the White House.