President Trump Will Hold Another Rally in Arizona on Saturday Before the August 2nd Primary


The rally will be held on Saturday, July 16, at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley, Arizona. At 4:00 pm, President Trump will give a speech.

Since Governor Doug Ducey confirmed that the 2020 presidential election was fixed and that state officials all over the state tried to hide it, President Trump has paid a lot of attention to Arizona.

The Gateway Pundit recently said that President Trump "truthed" a statement in which he urged Patriots to vote for Kari Lake, who is the only candidate who has promised to look into the rigged election and fight for electoral integrity if she is elected, and announced the start of early voting in Arizona. Lake's biggest opponent is a RINO who is backed by Doug Ducey.

President Trump has often praised and talked about Kari Lake's great campaign.

Also, President Trump is fighting against the RINO. Mark Brnovich, Arizona's bad attorney general, is running for the Senate. When Brnovich was shown proof that hundreds of thousands of votes had been stolen or were not valid, he refused to defend the law.

In a recent comment about the US Senate Primary, Trump made fun of Blake's opponents who are RINOs.

Mark Finchem for secretary of state, Abe Hamadeh for attorney general, Wendy Rogers for state senator in Arizona, Anthony Kern for state senator, Janae Shamp for state senator, and David Farnsworth against traitor Rusty Bowers for state senator are some of the other candidates that Donald Trump has backed.

Arizona is an important state where it has been shown over and over again that fraud and theft will cause Trump to lose the 2020 election.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on The Gateway Pundit.

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