Trump Celebrates Polling Victory in South Carolina

Trump Celebrates Polling Victory in South Carolina

The New Hampshire Grassroots Leadership Team will include more than 150 dedicated activists and organizers spanning the Granite State's ten counties.

Daniel Molina
Daniel Molina
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July 4, 2023

President Donald Trump (R) is celebrating a polling victory he's received in South Carolina. In a message released by Team Trump, the presidential hopeful is celebrating July 4th in a big way. Trump is planning on taking part in July 4th celebratory events in South Carolina, and he's also looking to bolster grassroots support in New Hampshire.

This past weekend, President Trump took part in a rally in South Carolina. While the rally attracted “a reported 75,000 proud American patriots,” it also drew negative reaction to some of the president’s surrogates namely South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham (R).

Though the crowd largely booed at Graham, Trump “announced the endorsements of over 250 grassroots leaders representing all 46 counties in the Palmetto State.”

Trump has also announced that he’s going to attend about a dozen Fourth of July parades in the state that could be a deciding factor for some candidates. South Carolina boasts two presidential candidates in former Governor Nikki Haley (R) and current Senator Tim Scott (R). However, according to a survey by National Public Affairs, President Trump appears to be ahead of both and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) by 23 points.

The Trump Campaign has also pointed out that it will be bolstering its New Hampshire Grassroots Leadership Team as it pursues more polling victories ahead of the August debate. The New Hampshire Grassroots Leadership Team will include more than 150 dedicated activists and organizers spanning the Granite State's ten counties. This support will also include the "50 New Hampshire legislators who earlier this year endorsed the President's campaign."

Despite the president's legal woes, support for him continues to surge as notable Republicans enter the Republican primary. Florida, which already has 3 people hailing from the state, could include a fourth in Florida Senator Rick Scott (R).

Political pundits have questioned his intention to run as Sen. Scott released advertisements highlighting his political commitments.

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Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina is an award-winning senior reporter based in Miami. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Florida International University. His hobbies include reading, writing, and watching films.

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