- On Saturday former President Donald Trump held a campaign-style rally in Des Moines, Iowa.
- He has given the clearest signal he so far intends to lead in 2024, raising a new political slogan.
- Trump told his supporters that the slogan will be “Make America Great Again.”
Former President Donald Trump visited Iowa on Saturday for a country-style rally at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in the capital Des Moines.
Speaking to an audience of thousands, the former president has perhaps given his clearest signal so far that he intends to lead in 2024.
Although he has not yet officially announced his candidacy, Trump has raised the potential political slogan of a future campaign.
AAaron Rupar (atrupar) October 10, 2021
“Make America Great Again, Again,” he told the crowd. “Because we’ve already done it.”
This refers to the former president’s 2016 campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” which often appears on his supporters ’iconic red hats.
He said the new slogan is different from his 2020 slogan, “Keep America Great,” because “America isn’t great now.”
While Trump has strongly alluded to presidential leadership in 2024, he has yet to formally declare his candidacy.
C-SPAN has reacted to covering the Iowa rally as a “2024 campaign” despite the former president not announcing his run, Newsweek reported.