Former U.S. President Donald Trump will resume holding rallies for his supporters in June. This was reported on May 13 by the New York Post, citing a source in the entourage of the former U.S. leader.
Their exact date and place are still unknown. The source specified that Trump’s headquarters plans to hold two rallies in June and another one shortly before July 4, when the United States celebrates Independence Day.
In late April, the television channel CNN, citing sources from among the aides of the former president reported that Trump may start holding rallies again in May in order to support politicians from the Republican Party.
It is noted that Trump has not spoken at public events since January 6, after which he urged his supporters to disperse to their homes.
In late March, Trump did not rule out running for president of the United States again in 2024.