Trump is still the most popular person in the GOP.
Trump’s Georgia rally drew an estimated 20,000 people.
If Republicans hope to return the Peach State back to the GOP column in 2022 and beyond, Saturday’s appearance by former President Donald Trump at the Georgia National Fairgrounds was a hopeful sign.
An estimated 20,000 people attended Saturday’s Trump rally in central Georgia’s Houston County.
The event fell on the fourth week of college football season during a slate of SEC football games that included the University of Georgia facing Vanderbilt. But that deter people from making the trek eight months after an election cycle that led to the state going for a Democratic presidential candidate for the first time since 1980 and giving up two U.S. Senate seat to Democrat candidates Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.
A new poll found him beating Kamala Harris and Joe Biden decisively in 2024.
(He also beat them decisively in 2020)
NEW POLL SHOWS TRUMP DECISIVELY BEATING BOTH BIDEN AND HARRIS
Trump beats Biden with Independents by 20 points.https://t.co/TesPDseZy0
— PollWatch (@PollWatch2020) September 23, 2021
Just 247 days since President Joe Biden took the keys to the Oval Office, a majority of people appear to want him evicted and former President Donald Trump back.
In a stunning turnaround, likely voters today said that given a second chance at Election Day, they’d pick Trump over either Biden or Vice President Kamala Harris. And by a country mile.
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