TRUMP BRINGS HEARTWARMING SURPRISE TO TWO MAGA SUPPORTERS IN IOWA
Tornado warnings caused Donald Trump’s expected Iowa rally to be postponed over the weekend, but that didn’t stop him from thanking MAGA fans after it was canceled.
The Trump team posted a video of the president talking to an Iowa couple over the phone about the postponement of the rally and thanking them for their support leading up to the 2024 presidential election.
“I just wanted to say hello to you and I’m looking forward to seeing you the next time – very, very special people,” Trump said on the phone. “You’ve been right from the beginning, you’ve been with us, and you’ve been doing the Iowa caucuses for a long time. So I just wanted to say hello to you.”
Watch the full video below:
Trump’s rally on Saturday was set to be held in Des Moines, but “due to Tornado Warnings,” the president noted on Truth Social that “we are forced to cancel today’s outdoor Rally at the Lauridsen Amphitheater.”
He added, “Stay tuned, we will reschedule soon! Be safe out there!”
In a recent political survey, Trump enjoyed a commanding lead over the 2024 GOP primary field going into the Iowa event. According to RSBN, a McLaughlin & Associates poll conducted in late April among likely Republican Caucus voters showed that Trump had a commanding advantage.
They discovered that in a field of possible and announced candidates, Trump led Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., by 34 points, and held a 22-point advantage over DeSantis in a head-to-head primary contest.
Since the 2022 midterm elections last year, the 45th president has been polling well, gaining ground on the primary field and widening the gap to his advantage.
According to a recent Co-efficient poll, for instance, President Trump retains a 63 percent approval rating and a 33-point advantage over a field of competitors that includes Governor DeSantis and the former Republican governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley.
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