01/12/2022

Attendees at President Trump’s rally in New Hampshire on Monday chanted “46” when he introduced D…

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President Trump recognized roughly a dozen lawmakers and prominent conservatives at his Manchester rally, making his way to his children. He highlighted his daughter and senior adviser, Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpRally crowd chants ’46’ for Donald Trump Jr.Manufacturers group to award Ivanka TrumpTrump urges Congress to pass bill allowing new parents to advance tax creditsMORE, who joined him onstage. He then recognized his eldest son, who had spoken earlier at the event.
“Did Don Jr. make a good speech?” the president asked, prompting applause and chants of “46” from the crowd.
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“They’re good kids. They went through a lot with the hoax,” Trump added, referencing his impeachment.
Trump Jr. is a regular presence on the campaign trail for his father, delivering speeches and attending fundraising events. Monday’s chants in support of a future presidential campaign from Trump Jr. were the first of their kind during this year’s presidential primary cycle.
Pundits have speculated that Trump Jr. may run for governor or another office in New York. He has not ruled out a future life in politics.
A poll released last month showed 29 percent of Republicans and those leaning Republican would consider voting for Trump Jr. if he ran for president in 2024. He trailed only Vice President Pence in the poll.