Donald Trump will hold a rally in Ohio today, marking his first rally since leaving the White House.
According to analysts, this gathering could indicate his possible involvement in the 2022 congressional elections, and possibly plans for a new presidential candidacy in 2024.
Although Trump has already spoken at Republican rallies since losing the election, this rally in Ohio, the state where he won the 2020 election, is a return to mass rallies that are key to maintaining support at the party base.
Dismissed from Twitter, Facebook and other social networks he used to communicate with his supporters, Trump is looking forward to returning to the stage, writes USA Today.
Organizers announce that this will be the first of several appearances by Trump to support candidates in the by-elections.
Political analysts say such events will give Trump a platform to reassert himself as the leader of the Republican Party, promote his conspiracy theories about the November election and settle old bills, according to a USA Today article.