US: Donald Trump ready for 2024 US election, will start campaign from South Carolina on January 28
Former President Donald Trump will start his presidential campaign from South Carolina on January 28. US Senator Lindsey Graham and Governor Henry McMaster will campaign with Donald Trump at the State House in Colombia.
Former President Donald Trump will start his presidential campaign from South Carolina on January 28. Let us tell you that South Carolina is the state where the first voting is to be held for the post of 2024 President. This is where Donald Trump will start his campaign.
Senator Lindsey Graham and Governor Henry McMaster will be involved, according to the announcement, two prominent Republicans- US Senator Lindsey Graham from South Carolina, who is one of the most loyal supporters of Donald Trump and Governor Henry McMaster will join the campaign with Donald Trump at the State House in Columbia.
This state was important for Donald Trump in 2016
Indeed, South Carolina wields great influence as one of the first states to nominate a president during election years. South Carolina was the third state in 2016, after Iowa and New Hampshire, where Trump's victory helped solidify his position as the Republican front-runner. At the same time, Democratic President Joe Biden's victory in the state primary in 2020 was a turning point for his candidacy.
Democrats eyeing South Carolina
Democrats, with Biden's endorsement, have recently taken steps to make South Carolina their first primary in 2024. At the same time, Republicans have decided to maintain the traditional sequence for the first three states, which include Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. Donald Trump hasn't campaigned since formally launching the presidential race in November, but makes occasional appearances before guests at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.