Most remember, maybe not so fondly, Emperor Barack I rallying the sheeple with cries of racism, hatred and “getting in their faces.” Now, he can’t draw enough people to half a high school gymnasium.
Trump, on the other hand, has drawn massive turn-away crowds since he first began campaigning. The record of those he’s endorsed is pretty impressive.
Trump plans nearly a dozen more rallies before midterms
President Trump plans to hold 11 campaign rallies in seven states in the run-up to the midterm elections.
The president’s schedule includes stops in Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Montana, Ohio, Tennessee and West Virginia.
Trump will be in Florida Wednesday, backing Gov. Rick Scott for the US Senate seat occupied by Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) He’s also endorsed Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis over progressive Democratic hopeful Andrew Gillum.
On Thursday, Trump will be in Columbia, Missouri, to support Republican Josh Hawley, who is trying to unseat Sen. Claire McCaskill, the incumbent Democrat.