Former President Donald Trump may hold one of his signature large rallies soon.
“We’re thinking about doing one relatively soon just to let everybody know that there’s hope in the future,” the former president told his daughter-in-law Lara Trump in Florida on Tuesday night.
Trump has not held a public event since leaving office on Jan. 20.
“I love doing them. But more importantly, I think we get the word out,” he said.
“When you have rallies, you know if you won a state. I can tell if we’re going to win a state by a rally. When we set up a rally 24 hours before and we have 35, 40,000 people show up—in Florida we had 55,000. In Butler, Pennsylvania we had 52,000. When you have 52,000 people show up quickly for a rally … and the people line up for four days in advance, they stay in tents and things—it’s the most incredible thing—and you get there, you leave, and say ‘there’s no way I lost Pennsylvania.’ And we didn’t, by the way. It was a hoax, the whole thing was a hoax,” he added.
President Joe Biden was certified the winner of Pennsylvania by approximately 20,000 votes.
An attempt to object to the results by Congress in January was voted down.
Congress confirmed Biden as the winner and he was sworn in later that month, though Trump has continued maintaining he was the true winner in 2020.
Trump said since entering office Biden has done things he never spoke of while on the campaign trail.
“The things that he said, whether we debated or whether he just made statement, all of those things are not what he’s doing. This is more liberal, more radical than what Bernie Sanders ever had in mind,” Trump said, referring to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), a self-described socialist.
“Bernie could not be happier. But this is something Bernie never would have suggested, what’s happening. [Biden] never talked about what he’s doing to destroy energy, and the Second Amendment now is going to be next, they’re going to destroy the Second Amendment. All of the things that they’re doing—raise taxes at a level, the biggest tax increase in history—those were not things that were discussed during the election,” he added.
Trump later said that people can have hope that he will run for president again in 2024.
“You do have hope, that I can tell you. We love our country,” he said. “This country, we all owe a lot to our country, but now we have to help our country. ”
From The Epoch Times