According to a new report by everyone’s favorite media outlet, CNN, former President Donald Trump could resume holding his signature MAGA rallies as early as May, as he looks to build up momentum and support for a number of Republican candidates in the lead up to the 2022 midterms.

The network cites a number of anonymous sources who claim that the former President has held discussions regarding the rallies, claiming that the ‘logistics are still being worked out.’

The return of Trump?

The return of former President Donald Trump on the US political scene could be sooner than anticipated after multiple reports revealed that he has held ‘initial discussions’ regarding the potential of restarting his famous MAGA rallies as early as May.


The CNN report drew their information from various sources that are close to the post-White House Trump team, claiming that the set up of these rallies will be different, but the team has already made contact with some familiar venues used by Trump in the 2020 campaign.

The former President has already made his intentions to hold new rallies known after he stated he wanted to travel up to Alaska to campaign against current Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski, who voted to convict the former President under the charge of inciting an insurrection during his second impeachment trial in February.

He has also stated that he wants to campaign for the many Republican candidates he has endorsed that are up for re-election in 2022.


However, the former President is yet to confirm if he will be launching another presidential run in 2024, with numerous sources stating that he has his eyes set solely on helping the Republicans take back the House and the Senate in 2022.

Trump has, however, praised the ‘deep bench’ of potential Republican nominees for the presidency, including the likes of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley, and South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem.

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The imminent return of the MAGA rallies has excited many of the former President’s loyal supporters, with many media outlets citing previous comments from rallygoers over the years.

Support at his ‘incredible’ rallies grew year on year, with supporters in a November rally in Scranton, Pennsylvania describing the event as a ‘rock concert.’


Politico reported numerous rallygoers who shared the same opinion and experience of Trump’s MAGA rallies, with many praising the ‘energy and atmosphere’ that became contagious at each event.

The media outlet was even able to find an individual from New Jersey that had attended 47 MAGA rallies since 2016.