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Donald Trump raises "very big" announcement coming on November 15


Donald Trump raises

"very big" announcement coming on November 15

Former President Donald Trump on Monday told a crowd at a rally in Ohio that he would make a "very major news" next week from his Florida residence.

Many Trump insiders have predicted that the former president will use Monday's rally outside Dayton, Ohio to officially launch his 2024 campaign.

But his speech came and went without an announcement

  • just an inconvenience to a future speech.

  • On Tuesday, I'm going to make a really significant news.

  • In Florida's Mar-a-Lago on November 15," Trump informed the audience.

Regarding the importance of the November 8 midterm elections, Trump stated, "We want nothing to take away from tomorrow's importance."

The announcement was attended

by a number of members of the Trump clan, including former President Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, and other important members, Kimberly Guilfoyle and Lara Trump, leading to intense speculation that Trump would use an event to declare his intentions 2024.

Trump used the evening to promote his achievements in

the White House

  • praise the Republicans he supported for their office
  • and condemn the Biden administration and Democrats
  • for its, as he described it, "growing left-wing authoritarianism."

Trump used :

a particularly large part of his speech to express his anger at the situation at the southern border.

"There is no more urgent task than stopping the invasion at the southern border," Trump said, adding that he believed it was "the worst border in the history of the world anywhere."

At one point

Trump fired a shot at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), calling her an "animal."

Nancy Pelosi said

  • please don't call them animals
  • they're humans, and I said no

If you want the truth, I also believe that it is an animal, he said.

They'll say

How awful of him to say that about Nancy.

 You comforted me twice for nothing!

"The former President continued to criticize the Speaker.

Representatives Jim Jordan (R-Ohio)

and Marjorie Taylor Green (R-Georgia)

  • of the legislators present at the gathering who prepared
  • for the rally before Trump arrived.

Ohio Republican Senate candidate J.D. Vance and Republican Governor Mike DeWine also spoke before the crowd and Trump called him on stage, urging Ohio people to participate in the polls of both candidates.

Vance :

  • who instructed the crowd to raise their score
  • on Democrats on Tuesday
  • was greeted by a much better audience than DeWine

who appeared to be booed by a large part of the audience.

Trump said towards the end of the rally

without explicitly saying he would be the one to do so:

In 2024

most importantly, we will bring back the wonderful White House."

Trump used the word "we" to describe GOP efforts to restore the House

and Senate as well.

The former president

has been hinting for more than a year that he plans to launch his third tour of the White House in 2024.