Donald Trump ripped into the media for their phony narrative that he is not campaigning hard.

Trump pointed out that the election is still a long time away which is why the rallies have not begun yet.

Trump vowed “MANY GIANT RALLIES and other events” would be coming soon.

He is giving a big speech today at Trump Doral.

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Truth Social:

Making a big political speech today at TRUMP DORAL, in Miami. The Fake News says I am not campaigning very hard. I say they are stupid and corrupt, with the Election still a long time away. But do not fear, MANY GIANT RALLIES and other events coming up soon. It will all be wild and exciting. We will save our Country from DOOM and MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

Despite attempts by the media and RINOs to end Trump’s political career, he remains the GOP frontrunner.

Republican strategist Ford O’Connell said that he thinks “that a lot of people have been too quick to write off Donald Trump, from the media to donors to commentators.”

He added that Trump is still extremely popular with the Republican base.

The Hill reported:

Republicans are warning not to write off former President Trump’s 2024 White House bid, arguing that he’s still the presumptive front-runner despite signs that some in the GOP are ready to move on.

“When you’re in Florida at these grassroots meetings, yeah, you hear ‘Ron DeSantis, Ron DeSantis, Ron DeSantis,’” said Ford O’Connell, a Republican strategist. “But outside of Florida, it’s still Donald Trump.”

“I think that a lot of people have been too quick to write off Donald Trump, from the media to donors to commentators,” he added. “You have to remember, this is a former U.S. president who has a good handle on what needs to be done in Washington, and he’s extremely popular with the base.”

Trump is all in for 2024!

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