Last updated on November 14th, 2023 at 09:45 pm
IOWA – Former President Donald Trump is intensifying his campaign efforts at the Hawkeye State today, with two significant events on his schedule, most awaited is the MAGA Rally in Dubuque.
He is set to address Trump team volunteers at the Jackson County Fairgrounds in Maquoketa and later, supporters MAGA Rally in Dubuque at the Grand River Center. The latter event is open to the general public through the standard ticketing process.
Address Volunteers at Jackon County Fairgrounds in Maquoketa (1 pm CT) and Supporters Campaign MAGA Rally at Grand River Center in Dubuque (3 pm CT)
Trump Delivers Remarks At Several Stops In Iowa
Trump is scheduled to visit several locations in Iowa, with live coverage beginning approximately at 10 a.m. CT.
Jackson County GOP Chair, Darla Chappell, announced that Trump will attend the Team Trump Iowa Commit to Caucus Event at the Jackson County Fairgrounds in Maquoketa, Iowa. Doors open at 10 a.m., with Trump speaking at 1 p.m. This visit emphasizes Trump’s dedication to Iowa and its political importance. Chappell conveyed the county’s enthusiasm for the visit, noting that Jackson County often feels overlooked, making Trump’s stop especially significant.
Live: Trump MAGA Rally in Dubuque (Sep. 20)
The doors to this highly anticipated event will swing open at noon, with former president Trump set to take the stage at 3 p.m. Watch the live broadcast in the stream provided below:
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Please note: the start time is subject to change as the event timeline is updated. The atmosphere is charged as President Trump’s visit to Iowa promises to be an unforgettable event, affirming the enduring impact he has on American politics.
With the Iowa caucuses approaching, Trump is actively working to enhance his campaign presence in the state. “This is the start of a series of visits to the first caucus state,” a source close to the campaign mentioned. The goal is to solidify his position in the 2024 Republican primary.
Even with a strong position in national polls, Trump’s campaign is giving special attention to Iowa. His visit this week is his eighth to the state, a number that is less than many of his GOP competitors. His recent activities in the state include attending a football game, appearing at the state fair, and participating in town halls. He has also been involved in hosting events with grassroots activists and faith leaders.
However, Trump’s recent comments on abortion have sparked debate. On NBC’s Meet the Press, Trump shared his views on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ decision, saying, “Signing a six-week abortion ban into law is a mistake.” This statement has drawn attention, especially in Iowa, where a similar law is in place.
Iowa’s Gov. Kim Reynolds responded to Trump’s comments. In a tweet, she said, “Protecting innocent life is always the right decision. I stand by the bill the Iowa legislature passed and I signed in 2018 and again this year.” The law in question prohibits abortions when cardiac activity is detected in an embryo, around six weeks into pregnancy.
Gov. Ron DeSantis has used Trump’s comments to support his own campaign, particularly among the evangelical community in Iowa. His campaign recently circulated quotes from Iowans disagreeing with Trump’s views on the abortion ban.
As Trump continues his campaign activities and addresses these criticisms, the political atmosphere in Iowa is evolving. The upcoming caucuses will reveal the impact of these events on Iowa’s voters
Frequently Asked Questions
- At what time is President Trump addressing the crowd at the Iowa MAGA rally?
- President Trump will take the stage at 3:00 pm (US/Central) at the Grand River Center in Dubuque, Iowa. If you’re planning to attend, doors will be open from noon, so it’s advisable to get there ahead of time to ensure a good spot.
- How can I Watch President Trump’s Iowa MAGA rally if I’m unable to be there physically?
- Given the anticipated interest in the rally, several media platforms, including Fox News, RSBN, Newsmax, and OANN, might offer live broadcasts. Additionally, for real-time streaming and updates, consider visiting President Trump’s official Rumble social media channels.
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