MONKS, IOWA – Former President Donald Trump is holding a rally in Iowa on Saturday – his first stint in a cross-country contest since last year’s election.
Iowa is also the country with the reasons for half a century ago having suspended the president’s calendar, and Trump’s stance is increasingly speculating that he will make another White House run in 2024.
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Iowa was once an important national stadium, but Mr. Trump won it in his 2016 election as president with his defeat in 2020. He arrived in Hawkeye State days after competing with the best ratings of all time in the Des Moines Register voting, which is considered gold equivalent in this jungle neck.
Fifty-three percent Iowans had a positive view of the former president and 55 percent had a negative view, according to a report by the Des Moines Register / Mediacom released on Monday. And among Republicans only, he had a 91% interest.