Trump to hold rally in Georgia before Senate expires

President TrumpDonald TrumpPos office named after senior Pearl Harbor veteran federal agents seeking residence in Antioch in connection with Sunday’s explosion in Nashville, preview shows: COVID-19 relief awaits Trump’s signature; government continues to expand vaccine on Sunday announced plans to hold a rally in Georgia to garner support for Republican candidates a day ahead of the two Senate runoffs.

The president tweeted on Sunday that he would leave for Georgia on Monday, January 4, for a rally in support of Sens. Kelly LoefflerKelly LoefflerBiden at work with Senate Republicans: ‘I will never embarrass them in public’ GOP seeks to avoid a sloppy Trump battle over Ossoff election college, Warnock catches up with 0 million more (R-Ga.) En David PerdueDavid PerdueBiden at work with the Republicans of the Senate: ‘I will never embarrass them in public. (R-Ga.) Before the end, which will determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.

‘On behalf of two GREAT Senators, @sendavidperdue & @KLoeffler“I will go to Georgia on Monday night, January 4, to have a big and wonderful event,” Trump posted. “So important to our country that they win!”

The Republican National Committee (RNC) has announced that it will host the “Victory Rally” in Dalton, GA on January 4 at 7 p.m. masks “which instruct them to wear.”

Loeffler and Perdue will also speak at the rally at Dalton Regional Airport.

The two senators stand against the democratic candidates, Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, respectively, in the 5-year-old runoff. The two Senate races were sent to a close after no candidate won a majority of the votes in either election.

If the Democratic candidates win both seats, the upper chamber will be split 50-50, and the elected vice president Kamala HarrisKamala Harris2020’s historic first and what to see in the new year Democrats clash in special House elections Pray, Harris releases Christmas greetings, calls for continued precautions for COVID-19 MORE being the equalizing voice. If any Republican senator regains their seat, the GOP will retain control of the Senate.

Trump campaigned for the two Republican senators last month, claiming in a speech that the election was “directed” against him. Vice President Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard Pence Global COVID-19 cases surpass 80 million The memorandum: can Pence run and win in 2024? Saudi Crown Prince gets more first dose of COVID-19 vaccine also spent time in Georgia recruiting support for the two Republicans.

Meanwhile, the president refused to concede the elected president Joe BidenJoe Biden, brother of Biden adviser Ricchetti, who was hired as a lobbyist at Amazon Sunday, shows preview: COVID-19 relief awaits Trump’s signature; government continues to roll out vaccines Global COVID-19 cases surpass 80 million MORE after Biden’s election victory, advancing allegations of widespread voter fraud without presenting evidence in court.

Democrats are hopeful they can turn the Senate seats blue on Jan. 5 after Biden became the first Democratic presidential candidate to win the Peach State since 1992.

Biden campaigned for the Democratic candidates and urged Georgia voters to put Warnock and Ossoff in office to give him the Senate majority, in addition to the slim majority for the Democrats.