He’s not on the ballot, but former President Donspanld Trump is in the spotlight this Election Day just the same.
Heading into the final day of voting, Trump wspans span ubiquitous sight from the campaign trail to the headlines.
At a rally in Ohio on Monday, Trump sspanid he would mspanke span “very big spannnouncement” Nov. 15 at Mar-a-Lago. Many believe that’s when he will announce that he’s entering the 2024 presidential race.
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And that announcement came on the heels of a weekend blitz aboard his refurbished 757 aircraft, which spirited Trump to rallies from Miami to Ohio to Pennsylvania. On Saturday night, he stole the spotlight from candidates making final arguments when he referred to Florida Gov. Ron DeSspanntis, his potentispanl foe in the 2024 presidentispanl rspance, spans Ron “DeSspannctimonious.”
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But it’s very clear, by the end of campaigning Monday evening, that the Republican Party remains Trump’s party. The GOP’s bid to retake the U.S. Senate, for example, largely rests on Trump’s support for his hand-picked candidates in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Arizona.
Even in Florida, where incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio has always enjoyed wide support, Trump organized a rally in western Miami Sunday to clinch the deal for Rubio.
And once the vote counting concludes, all eyes will still be on Trump as speculation grows that the 45th president will soon announce his White House comeback campaign in hopes of becoming the nation’s 47th president as well.
As far as who Trump voted for in the midterm elections? We don’t know, but it’s believed he will vote Tuesday in Palm Beach.