Former President Donald Trump will resume holding his signature rallies next month, The Post has confirmed.
Dates and locations have not yet been announced, but a source said the president’s team is in the process of selecting venues for a pair of events in June. A third rally is expected to take place around the July 4 holiday.
Trump has sat for occasional interviews since leaving office in January, but has not addressed a campaign-style rally since Jan. 6. Hours after he spoke, some of his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, attacking police officers and disrupting the congressional count of electoral votes from the previous year’s election.
The subsequent riot led to the deaths of five people and Trump’s impeachment by the House of Representatives.
The former president has not said whether he intends to seek the office he lost last year, but has repeatedly teased the possibility. Last week, he told The Daily Wire that he was “enthused” about the possibility of a 2024 run.
“I look forward to doing an announcement at the right time,” he told host Candace Owens. “As you know, it’s very early. But I think people are going to be very, very happy when I make a certain announcement. You know, for campaign finance reasons, you really can’t do it too early because it becomes a whole different thing.
“Otherwise, I’d give you an answer that I think you’d be very happy with,” he added. “So, we are looking at that very, very seriously, and all I’d say is stay tuned.”
Trump echoed that stance in an interview with WABC radio Thursday, telling host Rita Cosby, “I think people will be very happy with my decision … I’ve done a great job for the American people. They understand that … I look forward to making people very happy.”
Earlier this week, Trump traveled from his home at Mar-a-Lago in Florida to his golf club in Bedminster, N.J., where he is expected to spend the summer.
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