“Don’t misstate the fact that Trump will continue to conduct the rallies while they are still counting votes,” said a Trump campaign adviser.
Some representatives have been asked to keep their schedules flexible in order to travel after the election.
A campaign aide said: “There were going to be discussions about travel opportunities for Trump and his family if we didn’t get results on election day, but there was no certainty that he would. where to go or how many people we will deploy ”. “If we still don’t get results in Michigan and North Carolina or Pennsylvania and Nevada on November 4, he will probably go to those states individually.”;
In 2016, the campaign launched “Thank you for the tourIn December, visiting states that gave Trump a surprise victory, including Ohio, Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin and even Alabama. The tour allowed Trump to enjoy the praise of his supporters, hear a few more chants of “lock her up” and win the final win with MAGA favorites like Stephen Miller, Diamond and Silk, Hope Hicks and Kellyanne Conway.
On Friday, Trump’s campaign announced it would hold 14 rallies in the last three days of the election in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Wisconsin. The lobby has yet to announce Trump’s plans for Election Day.
Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.