Trump heads to the states of New Hampshire and South Carolina to kick off his campaign for the White House
Former American President Donald Trump intends to visit the states of New Hampshire and South Carolina, BTA reports.
These are the first two stops of his presidential campaign, which has been largely idle since Trump announced his bid for the White House in 2024 last November.
Trump will first speak at the Republican Party’s annual convention in Salem, New Hampshire. He will then head to Columbia, South Carolina, where he plans to unveil his leadership team. Both states are considered potentially important for the election as they are among the first to produce primaries. How a candidate performs there often determines whether they make or break a successful campaign.
Political observers from both the Republican and Democratic parties will be watching closely to see who will support Trump at these events.
Once the undisputed center of gravity in the Republican Party, a growing number of election officials are expressing doubts about Trump’s ability to defeat Democratic President Joe Biden if he decides to run again, as widely expected, Reuters notes.