In yet more evidence that the Donald Trump campaign has settled on a Florida-or-bust strategy, the President’s namesake son has four stops in the Sunshine State in two days.
This seems to be a trend for Donald Trump Jr.
Last weekend saw another four stop tour: the “Fighters Against Socialism” push with UFC fighter Jorge Masvidal, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, and megadonor Maximo Alvarez for what was nothing short of a conservative cavalcade of stars.
That was a reschedule of a tour slated for the weekend before, delayed in light of the President catching COVID-19
Whereas Fighters Against Socialism was a package tour, this weekend’s advisory suggests that Trump Jr. is going it alone.
The first day of the tour, which contains two so-called MAGA events, overlaps with President Trump’s own rally in Ocala.
Trump the Younger kicks off the itinerary in Clearwater, where the evocatively named Quaker Steak and Lube will host the sendoff event for the two-day foray.
That event kicks off at 3 p.m., but the chain’s signature chicken wings will be available both before and after the speech from the president’s son. Doors open 90 minutes ahead of the state.
The Tampa/St. Petersburg market and its evening