According to Maggie Haberman of the New York Times, advisers to former President Donald Trump are shocked by how few supporters are attending his 2024 campaign rallies.
Haberman spoke on CNN on Tuesday about how Trump’s 2024 campaign has started off to a poor start and how he expects to pick it up at a rally in South Carolina on Saturday.
She continued, “I believe his campaign is also discovering that support for him is not growing as quickly as they had expected within the Republican Party in these states.
“Even though his operation is still quite small, he still has fans. They surely believed they could convince everyone to turn up for him.”
He is always discovering that he is not the president now and is someone who the Republican Party wants to go past, according to Haberman.
Her accusations follow a report in The Washington Post on Sunday that said Trump advisers were having trouble convincing state friends to attend the political rally in South Carolina.
Trump declared his bid for president in 2024 at a low-key gathering in November, and Republicans have recently criticized him for the party’s very little performance in the midterm elections.
In the midterm elections, a number of the candidates he supported in important contests lost.