Trump to spearhead 2024 campaign with stops in New Hampshire and South Carolina

Former President Donald Trump.
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Former President Donald Trump will lead the first two rallies of his 2024 presidential campaign this weekend in an effort to invigorate his next bid for the White House. It comes as he faces ongoing criminal investigations and the fallout from disastrous 2022 midterms for the GOP that many placed at Trump's feet.

Trump headed to New Hampshire on Saturday, during which he gave a speech that TIME said was filled with "hour-long, stream-of-conscious remarks that seemed vamped." He then traveled to Columbia, South Carolina, for an official campaign event, during which he will introduce his "leadership team" in the state.

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