President Trump has added another stop to his schedule on Saturday, Jan. 28, ahead of his event at the South Carolina State House in Columbia. According to a report from Fox News, the president will visit Salem, New Hampshire, to deliver the keynote address to the New Hampshire Republican Party’s annual meeting.
Per the outlet, New Hampshire GOP Chair Steve Stepanek stated of Trump’s upcoming visit, “President Trump has long been a strong defender of New Hampshire’s First in the Nation Primary Status and we are excited that he will join us to deliver remarks to our members.”
Trump’s visit to New Hampshire will come just hours before he is slated to make an appearance in South Carolina to unveil his South Carolina Leadership Team alongside a lineup of congressional delegates and lawmakers.
As reported by RSBN, Trump will be joined by Republican South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, as well as Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-.S.C., the state’s senior senator.
These events are among the first of President Trump’s 2023 campaign and policy-related appearances as he makes strides toward reclaiming the White House in 2024. Last week, he delivered the keynote address at the Judicial Watch Roundtable at Trump Doral in Miami, Florida. The event was private.
The president recently told supporters there would be “MANY GIANT RALLIES” ahead in 2023. “It will all be wild and exciting,” he said in a statement. “We will save our Country from DOOM and MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”
Trump officially announced his candidacy for president in November 2022, following the midterm elections.
He reminded Americans in a Tuesday statement made on Truth Social, “I Ran twice, did much better the second time (Rigged Election!), and now running again while I fight off the RACIST, MARXIST, RADICAL LEFT DEMOCRATS & RINOS WHO HAVE COMPLETELY WEAPONIZED OUR CORRUPT LAW ENFORCEMENT. MAGA!!!”