Thursday, March 28, 2019

A Reinvigorated Trump Returns to Grand Rapids Michigan Tonight For Re-election Rally,,,,,,,,,,,,This Should Be Good!






President Donald Trump faces political headwinds as he 
seeks to reclaim Michigan in 2020 but will enter Thursday 
night's re-election rally in Grand Rapids with at least one 
major legal threat behind him. 

The first-term Republican has appeared reinvigorated in 
recent days after confirmation that Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation did not establish collusion between 
Trump's 2016 campaign and the Russian government that 
interfered in the election.

While it may be premature — Mueller stopped short of 
exonerating the president on possible obstruction of justice, 
and his full report has not been made public — experts predict Trump will tout the news in his first public rally since the 
report's summary release.

The president will do so in front of thousands of supporters 
at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, a city where he 
capped his 2016 campaign with a raucous late-night rally and prediction of a victory few pundits had thought possible.
Like the president, Trump's supporters “feel vindicated” by 
U.S. Attorney General William Barr’s summary of the 
Mueller report, said GOP strategist John Sellek. 
‘It’s given them a huge boost of energy moving forward. So certainly, you’d expect the president to celebrate while he’s 
here in a state he needs to win again in 2020.”

While critics are calling for release of the full Mueller report, 
“I think Republicans are feeling emboldened by the results” 
of the summary, said Democratic strategist T.J. Bucholz.
“And I think that in a state like Michigan, that’s going to be 
such a battleground, that’s going to be a message we’re going 
to see from the Republican Party and from the president here.”

The visit will be Trump's 18th rally in Michigan and his sixth 
in the Grand Rapids area since he began his campaign for 
president in June 2015, according to his campaign. It will be Trump's first trip to Michigan since April 2018 when he rallied 
in Washington Township instead of attending the annual 
White House Correspondents Association Dinner.

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