President Donald Trump might still be holding MAGA rallies after Election Day, even if there is not a clear winner.
According to two Trump advisers and a campaign surrogate, advisers are telling top surrogates to keep November open for further campaign events, because campaign advisers are saying not to rule out the possibility the rallies will continue while election officials keep counting ballots, reports Politico.
“There have been discussions about travel opportunities for Trump and his family if we don’t have a result on Election Day, but nothing definitive on where he would go or how many people we would deploy,” one campaign aide said. “If we still don’t have results in Michigan and North Carolina or Pennsylvania and Nevada on Nov. 4, he might hit those states individually.”
Trump’s 2016 campaign launched a thank you tour in December to visit Ohio, Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Alabama, allowing him to take a victory lap with key favorites like Stephen Miller, Diamond and Silk, Hope Hicks, and Kellyanne Conway.
Meanwhile, the campaign said it will hold 14 rallies in the final three days of the election, with plans to gather supporters in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia, and Wisconsin. Trump’s schedule for Election Day itself has not yet been announced.
The campaign itself did not respond to Politico’s request for a comment.
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