TRUMP SET TO VISIT THE PEACH STATE NEXT MONTH
According to numerous sources, President Donald Trump will travel to the Peach State next month to speak at the Georgia Republican Party convention.
The Republican Party’s annual state gathering will be held at the Columbus Georgia Convention & Trade Center on June 9 and 10, according to WRBL. The 45th president is scheduled to attend. On the second day of the convention, Trump is most likely to make a speech.
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David Shafer, the chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, told WRBL that he and his party were “delighted” that President Donald Trump would be speaking at the convention in Columbus. Bert Jones, a lieutenant governor. practically all of our congressional delegation, or the majority of our state’s constitutional officers.
Governor Brian Kemp (R) of Georgia will not be present at this year’s convention, according to 11Alive.
In the midst of an ongoing investigation conducted by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, Trump is due to appear in Georgia.
The focus of the inquiry is on two calls that President Trump made to Brad Raffensperger, the secretary of state of Georgia, after the 2020 presidential election.
In a statement earlier this year, Trump claimed that numerous officials and attorneys were on the phone between the two talks, including the Georgia secretary of state. “No one objected, even minimally complained, or hung up,” he said.
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Trump will make a public appearance in Georgia at a time when his national popularity is at an all-time high. For instance, Real Clear Politics discovered that in 2024, Trump had a nationwide advantage of 36 points over a field of potential primary opponents.
According to data from Landmark Communications, in the Georgia Republican primary of 2024, Governor Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., received 32% of the vote to Trump’s 40%.