Trump Touts Reynolds, Grassley And Hints He May Run For President In 2024

Sioux City, Iowa — Former President Donald Trump has used an appearance in Sioux City to tout two Iowa Republicans who are seeking reelection this year and to hint that he may run again for president in 2024.

During remarks outdoors to a crowd gathered at Sioux Gateway Airport, Trump called Senator Chuck Grassley courageous and Kim Reynolds a great governor.

Reynolds joined Trump on stage and spoke briefly.

Trump invited Grassley on stage, too.

As Trump’s plane landed in Sioux City, Mike Franken, Grassley’s Democratic opponent, was rallying with a crowd in Des Moines.

Franken described his campaign’s gathering as “second fiddle” to Trump’s, but Franken told his crowd Trump and Grassley no longer appeal to a winning majority of Iowa voters.

Democratic candidate for governor Deidre DeJear says Reynolds and Trump are focused on dangerous rhetoric rather than solutions to problems.

DeJear made her comments Thursday evening, while campaigning in Indianola.



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