President Donald Trump ended a week of historic Save America rallies on Monday night on the eve of Election Day, visiting the great state of Ohio with a message of hope after a long, weary year of economic woes and the threat of war in Europe.
Trump offered a bright future to supporters, urging them to vote in Tuesday’s midterms, noting that “The first step to saving America is winning an epic victory for Republicans TOMORROW!”
The president’s final stretch of rally tours brought him to Iowa, Pennsylvania, Florida, and finally, Ohio. Over the past week, Trump campaigned for a stellar cadre of America First candidates ranging from Pennsylvania GOP gubernatorial nominee Doug Mastriano to U.S. GOP Senate hopeful in Ohio, JD Vance.
Trump’s overarching message during the final rallies of 2022 drew a line in the sand between a bleak, communist future and the possibilities of a return to America First policies. “The radical Democrats want to turn America into communist Cuba or socialist Venezuela,” he warned rallygoers in Miami.
The president repeatedly reminded supporters during his last several stops that America needed people to stand up to election fraud and corruption. “We need strong people – people with courage and guts, or this movement is going to overtake us,” he said.
Trump’s rallies delivered hope tempered with a hefty dose of reality: to restore American rights and liberties, people must vote.
“Everybody needs to get out and vote. And if you care about election integrity, volunteer as an election worker, a poll watcher…,” Trump told Ohioans on Election Eve. He also repeated his deep belief that “we’re going to take back America, and in 2024, most importantly, we’re going to take back our magnificent White House.”
At the end of his Ohio rally, the president also dropped an anticipated bomb on listeners who have long hoped for a presidential campaign announcement from Trump:
“I’m going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday, November 15th at Mar a Lago in Palm Beach Florida,” he said, drawing cheers of excitement from the audience.
President Trump noted that he wanted “nothing to detract from the importance of tomorrow,” and proceeded to read a list of endorsed candidates who would be fighting for House, Senate, and gubernatorial seats across the nation on Election Day.
Trump’s move to offer an official foreshadowing of a presidential bid announcement may be the extra motivation Republican voters need to get to the polls. If Republicans take the House and Senate, President Trump will very likely run for president again in 2024.
“Our MAGA movement is by far the greatest political movement in the history of our country,” Trump concluded last night.
After a year of Save America rallies and unparalleled powerful endorsements, the full might of Trump’s America First candidate picks will be tested at the ballot box, pitted against potential election fraud, and positioned to wage political battle against leftist ideology and encroaching tyranny.
The 2022 era of Save America rallies in support of the midterms is over, but after today, the real work begins.