Campaign preparations kick off from New Hampshire

Trump begins his quest for the White House

Trump faced a lot of criticism in New Hampshire.


Hoping to boost his candidacy for the White House, Donald Trump is giving a speech in the key state of New Hampshire and another in South Carolina, which is 1,500 kilometers away, as well as preparations for campaign rallies.

Two and a half months after announcing his candidacy for the 2024 presidential race, the former US president leaves his residence in Florida on a pre-planned trip, and these two states will hold the first Republican primaries in early 2024. The victory will give Donald Trump a valuable and necessary impetus for the rest of the campaign.

But after Trump led the Republican Party for years, the matter does not seem settled for him. In the border state of New Hampshire with Canada, many deputies criticized Trump for weakening the Republicans' chances in the recent midterm elections by supporting unqualified candidates.

"Personally, I think he's lost a lot of influence and charisma," local Representative Mike Board, who supported Donald Trump in the 2020 election, told AFP.

And this applies in the Atlantic state of South Carolina, where Trump is scheduled to unveil his campaign team.

Although Trump is the only officially announced Republican candidate, many aspirants in this state also want to run, led by former state governor Nikki Haley, who promised her supporters an imminent announcement.

Trump's major donors also announced that they would not support his candidacy in 2024, leaning in favor of Florida Governor and rising star of the party, Ron DeSantis, who has not yet officially announced his candidacy.

The foregoing represents political pressure on the former president, who is already facing a large number of investigations. Last December, the parliamentary committee that investigated the attack on Congressional headquarters recommended that he be sued.

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