Trump rally latest – Donald holding public rally in Cleveland on June 26 after announcing plan to visit Mexico border

AFTER he celebrated his 75th birthday, Former President Donald Trump announced his upcoming political plans.

First, he plans on holding a rally in Cleveland, Ohio on June 26. He won the state by 8 percentage points in the 2020 election and is expected to throw his support behind several 2022 midterm candidates.

Then, he plans on visiting the US-Mexico border, which he described as “lawless.”

“I have accepted the invitation of Texas Governor Greg Abbott to join him on an official visit to our Nation’s decimated Southern Border on Wednesday, June 30, 2021,” the former president said in a statement.

His announcements come on the heels of the revelation that Trump officials and Mark Meadows pressured the Justice Department to overturn the results of the election Trump lost, according to new documents.

Read our Donald Trump live blog below for the latest updates…

  • TRUMP SLAMS BIDEN ADMINISTRATION

    “The Biden Administration inherited from me the strongest, safest, and most secure border in US history and in mere weeks they turned it into the single worst border crisis in US history.

    “It’s an unmitigated disaster zone,” he continued.

    The former president said that the US went from having “border security that was the envy of the world” to a “lawless border” that is pitied around the world.

    He went on to slam Biden and Kamala Harris for not visiting the Southern border or the “ICE heroes risking their lives to defend our Nation at a time when the White House is doing everything it can to make their jobs totally impossible.”

  • TRUMP IS HEADING TO THE US-MEXICO BORDER

    Donald Trump said that he accepted an invitation to visit the nation’s “decimated” southern border at the end of the month.

    “I have accepted the invitation of Texas Governor Greg Abbott to join him on an official visit to our Nation’s decimated Southern Border on Wednesday, June 30, 2021,” the statement says.

    “The Biden Administration inherited from me the strongest, safest, and most secure border in US history and in mere weeks they turned it into the single worst border crisis in US history.

    “It’s an unmitigated disaster zone,” he continued.

    The former president said that the US went from having “border security that was the envy of the world” to a “lawless border” that is pitied around the world.

  • MEADOWS TRIED TO HAVE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT LOOK INTO ALLEGED SIGNATURE ISSUES

    Emails made public on Tuesday by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee show former Trump administration Chief of Staff Mark Meadows asked then-acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen to have acting Civil Division chief Jeffrey Clark look into “allegations of signature match anomalies” in Fulton County, Georgia.

    “Can you believe this? I am not going to respond to message below,” Rosen wrote in an email to Donoghue, according to Politico.

    “At least it’s better than the last one,” Donoghue replied. “But that doesn’t say much.”

  • WHAT DID JUSTICE DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS SAY IN EMAILS?

    The US Justice Department rejected efforts by then-President Donald Trump’s administrative officials to get DOJ lawyers and the FBI to investigate election fraud claims.

    Former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows tried to get investigators to look at allegations in a YouTube video about individuals in Italy manipulating votes in the US via satellites, Politico reported.

    “Pure insanity,” then-acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue wrote in response to an email about that theory.

  • TRUMP ALLEGEDLY DISPATCHED ATTORNEY TO PUSH FALSE ELECTION CLAIMS

    The emails released by the House Oversight and Reform Committee also show that former President Trump dispatched an “outside attorney pushing false election claims” to work with the Justice Department’s highest-ranking officials, according to CBS News.

    The attorney was reportedly dispatched to work with people like acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen, acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall, and John Moran, Rosen’s chief of staff, to attempt to challenge the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

  • GIULIANI WORKED WITH YOUTUBE CONSPIRACY THEORIST, JUSTICE DEPARTMENT EMAILS SHOW

    Emails made public by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee show Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows tried to get investigators to look at allegations in a YouTube video by a former intelligence officer named Brad Johnson.

    He alleged individuals in Italy were manipulating votes in the United States through satellites, Politico reported.

    Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen said Johnson was collaborating with Trump lawyer and former mayor Rudy Giuliani.

  • WHEN WERE THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT EMAILS RELEASED?

    New documents that described how Trump officials allegedly were pressured to change the results of the 2020 presidential election were released Tuesday.

    Democrats on the House Oversight and Reform Committee released the documents.

  • WHO IS MARK MEADOWS?

    Mark Meadows, 61, is the White House’s Chief of Staff.

    He previously served as a representative to North Carolina’s 11th congressional district from 2013 to 2020.

    Additionally, he was the chair of the House Freedom Caucus for three years, ending the role in 2019. 

    He is married to Debbie, who he met in highs school, and the couple have two children, Blake and Haley.

  • WHEN DID MARK MEADOWS BECOME CHIEF OF STAFF?

    Meadows was appointed chief of staff in March of 2020.

    He succeeding Acting Chief Mick Mulvaney, who had held the position since the departure of John F Kelly.

    Kelly stepped down in January 2019.

  • WHEN WAS DONALD TRUMP’S BIRTHDAY?

    Trump was born June 14, 1946. He will celebrate his 75th birthday this year.

    At the time of his election he was the oldest president to take office.

    He was born in New York City at Jamaica Hospital in Queens to Frederick Christ Trump and Mary Anne MacLeod.

    Trump has four siblings, Maryanne, Fred Jr., Elizabeth, and Robert.

    The former president has five children, Donald Jr., Eric, Ivanka, Tiffany, and Barron.

  • WHAT IS TRUMP’S NET WORTH?

    Trump has an estimated net worth of $2.1 billion, according to Forbes.

    In 2015, NBC News reported that Trump claimed in a press release that he was worth more than $10 billion but that has yet to be verified.

    The New York Times published information from Trump’s tax returns on but that did not provide any details about his net worth.

  • IS THE TRUMP THE OLDEST PRESIDENT TO TAKE OFFICE?

    Trump was born June 14, 1946,  in New York City at Jamaica Hospital in Queens to Frederick Christ Trump and Mary Anne MacLeod.

    Trump had been the oldest president to take office before Joe Biden replaced him.

    Biden will turn 79 years old in November.

  • PAST BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS FOR TRUMP END IN DISASTER

    The birthday celebration was smaller than previous Trump boat parties in California where hundreds have attended.

    It was also smaller than a Trump Memorial Day parade in Florida last month.

    Last year, several vessels sank during a Trump Boat Parade in Texas.

    On Lake Travis, Trump supporters reported “many boats in distress” during a parade in his honor.

    Cops said at least four boats sank on the parade route, which passed through several popular spots on the Austin area lake – notorious for being tough to navigate.

  • BIRTHDAY WISHES FOR THE FORMER PRESIDENT

    Donald Trump Jr. shared a birthday message for his dad on Twitter on Monday but was mocked as the elder Trump has been banned from the platform and can’t see it.

    “Happy Birthday President Trump #HappyBirthday,” Don Jr tweeted.

    “You know he can’t see this right,” The Daily Show replied.

    Congressman Madison Cawthorn was also among those sharing birthday wishes to the former president.

    “Happy Birthday to President Trump!” he wrote in a tweet alongside a photo of the two of them shaking hands.

  • PARENTS OF WOMAN SHOT AT CAPITOL RIOT ATTEND TRUMP’S BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS

    The parents of Ashli Babbitt, the Trump supporter who was fatally shot by a cop as she stormed the US Capitol with a mob of MAGA loyalists on January 6, were reportedly among the attendees.

    They distrubuted flyers claiming that Babbitt was murdered by the Capitol officer and calling for justice.

    Last week they sued for the records of the officer who shot her.

    The Department of Justice announced it would not pursue criminal charges against the officer, who has not been named by officials.

    The birthday celebration was smaller than previous Trump boat parties in California where hundreds have attended.

  • FOUNDERS OF TRUMPARILLA

    The original Trumparilla was founded in Tampa by Cliff Gephart and Dion Cini.

    “We all know tomorrow is flag day but it is also Donald Trump’s birthday,” organizer Erroll Webber told the crowd.

    Donald Trump, thank you very much for everything you do for the American people,” he added as the group broke into chants of “We love Trump” and “USA.”

  • TRUMP SUPPORTERS GATHER TO CELEBRATE TRUMP’S BIRTHDAY

    Donald Trump fans celebrated the former president’s 75th birthday on Sunday with a “Trumparilla MAGA Fest” boat parade in San Diego.

    Organizers said that 200 people took to the water to mark Trump’s birthday in boats covered in MAGA and Blue Lives Matter flags.

    Videos posted to social media showed about 20 boats sailing around San Diego Bay.

    A lead super yacht offered supporters an open bar and music over the four-hour cruise before fans sang happy birthday to Trump as they disembarked.

  • RUDY GIULIANI WISHED DONALD TRUMP A HAPPY BIRTHDAY YESTERDAY

    Among those formerly leading Trump’s push to question the election result was his ex-lawyer Rudy Giuliani who tweeted birthday wishes to the former president on Monday. 

    “Happy Birthday, President Trump! Everyone says they miss your policies!” he wrote. 

  • ARIZONA ONLY STATE TO APPROVE A LARGE-SCALE AUDIT

    Despite a months-long campaign by Trump since losing the election to Biden last November, multiple lawsuits filed by his campaign have been thrown out as his claims of election fraud are found to be baseless. 

    He has continued to push the Republican Party to back his continued attempts to question the result of the election in several swing states and even floated the idea that he could be reinstated

    The Arizona Senate is the only state to approve a large-scale audit so far. 

    Pennsylvania did audit its election results last November with a final report released in February. 

    It found that there is “strong evidence” Biden’s win by 77,000 votes over Trump in the state is accurate. 

    The chair of the committee that held ten hearings on Pennsylvania’s election system has already said that there will be no further audit in the state. 

  • TRUMP SPENT BIRTHDAY BLASTING ELECTION SCAM

    Donald Trump celebrated his 75th birthday on Monday by issuing a statement blasting the 2020 election as a “scam” and fuming at Republican lawmakers for standing against him.   

    The former president put pressure on Pennsylvania Republicans as he accused them of being “stupid, corrupt, or naive” and acting like a “radical left Democrat” by refusing to back his allegations of election fraud. 

  • TRUMP MET WITH GOP LEADERS LAST WEEK TO EYE 2024 PRESEDENTIAL RUN

    Trump met with GOP leaders on Thursday for strategy talks as he stokes rumors he is eyeing a presidential run in 2024. 

    The Republican Study Committee (RSC) huddled with Trump at his New Jersey golf club in Bedminister, New Jersey, to discuss the party’s policy agenda and make plans to regain the majority in Congress

    SC Chairman Jim Banks told the New York Post that Trump’s potential presidential bid was not discussed but that members of the group are supportive of his 2024 ambitions. 

    The agenda they presented to Trump was reportedly modeled on his own policies while in office. 

    Banks said that the group’s policy commits to furthering Trump’s agenda and the former president said he would hit the campaign trail for candidates following his messaging ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. 

  • DEMOCRATS DISMISS RUMORS OF TRUMP’S RETURN

    More than eight in 10 Democrats — 84 percent — and 70 percent of independents also dismiss the notion of Trump’s potential return.

    All in all, 19 percent of the 1,990 registered voters surveyed for the poll said it was either “somewhat likely” or “very likely” Trump will be reinstated.

  • 29PERCENT OF REPUBLICANS BELIEVE TRUMP WILL TAKE OFFICE AGAIN BEFORE 2022

    The survey, conducted by Politico/Morning Consult, found that 29percent of self-identified Republicans believe it will be very or somewhat likely that Trump will reassume the role of the commander-in-chief by the year’s end.

    Still, a decisive majority said they didn’t believe the claims, with 39 percent saying they thought it was “not likely at all” and 22 percent said it was “not very likely.”

  • MYPILLOW CEO MAINTAINS CLAIMS OF VOTER FRAUD

    “Trump won 80 million to 68 million,” he added later, claiming this would be confirmed when all 50 states are audited like Maricopa County, Arizona.

    President Biden beat Trump by 7 million votes in a 81 million-to-74 million victory.

    Lindell insisted there was proof of voter fraud orchestrated by the Chinese Communist Party.

    Although allegations of election fraud were debunked, the MyPillow founder’s beliefs are common in the GOP.

  • MYPILLOW CEO CONVINCED TRUMP WILL BE PRESIDENT AGAIN

    MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is convinced Donald Trump “will be president again in six months” and bring about the “greatest rebirth in US history.”

    In an article published on Tuesday, the businessman echoed unfounded claims the 2020 election would be overturned as he heralded Trump‘s Oval Office return in less than a year.

    During the Rolling Stone interview, Lindell claimed: “Six months from now, Trump will be our real president and our country will be heading toward its greatest rebirth in history.”

    “Trump won 80 million to 68 million,” he added later, claiming this would be confirmed when all 50 states are audited like Maricopa County, Arizona.

Load more entries…



Publisher

Total
0
Shares
Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Related Posts