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Former President Donald Trump is holding a rally in Iowa on Saturday – his first stop in the competitive central plains state since last year’s election.

Iowa is also the state whose presidential nomination calendar has been put on hold for the past half century, and Trump’s halt is fueling further speculation that he will run another White House in 2024.


Trump returns to Iowa to promote 2022 Republican, but puts 2024 marker down

Iowa was once a major battleground state, but Trump comfortably won his 2016 election as president and his 2020 defeat. He arrived at the Hawkeye State a few days after receiving his Best Friendly rating in a Des Moines Register poll, which is considered the gold standard in this neck of the woods.

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Thirty-three percent of Iovans held a favorable view of the former president and 45% had an unfavorable view, according to a Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll released Monday. And only among Republicans, he was at 91% favorably.