Trump schedules a new caucus event in Iowa, continuing to push for ‘America to be a free nation once again’

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President Donald Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks at an Iowa caucus event later this month, according to a press release.

The 45th president will be attending a Team Trump Iowa Commit to Caucus event in Waterloo, Iowa, as the Republican presidential primary elections draw closer for the key early-voting state. 

The event will be held on Dec. 19 at the Waterloo Convention Center, with doors opening and kick-off beginning at 4 p.m. ET and Trump delivering his remarks at 7 p.m. ET, according to the press statement.

Trump has continued focusing on the caucus state, holding and attending rallies across Iowa for the past couple of months. In a recent rally held at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Trump called out President Biden as a “corrupt” politician claiming that he is historically the “worst president,” according to Fox News.  

The 45th president also emphasized that if voters were to put him “back in the White House,” America would be a “free nation once again.” 

“We don’t like corrupt politicians like Joe Biden. Without question, this is the worst president, most corrupt president in the history of the United States of America without question,” Trump exclaimed in anticipation of next month’s Iowa GOP presidential caucuses. “And I promise you this, if you put me back in the White House there, rain will be over, and America will be a free nation once again.”

The 45th president has continued his strong lead across the U.S. for the Republican nominee position, including Iowa. Recent estimated polls for the 2024 elections in the state show Trump sitting at 44.6 percent with roughly a 26-point lead, according to data from FiveThirtyEight.  

In second place for the state, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sits at an estimated 17.7 percent and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley at roughly 15 percent, FiveThirtyEight reported.

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