Former US President Donald Trump to reportedly restart 'MAGA' rallies in June

Former US President Donald Trump.
Former US President Donald Trump. Photo credit: Getty Images

Former US President Donald Trump will reportedly restart his iconic 'MAGA' rallies, with three new ones expected over the coming months.

Rallies were a hallmark during Trump's time as President, often drawing thousands of supporters and marred with controversial comments and moments.

However, none have been held since the January 6 Capitol riots, which left five people dead, and new-President Joe Biden's inauguration.

But on Friday, Bloomberg reported a source had revealed the Trump team had two new events set up for in June and one around the 4th of July.

"The President is anxious to get back out on the trail and we are getting a lot of offers and invitations from both candidates and political causes in different areas," the adviser said according to the Daily Mail.

The source said the team is currently looking into potential options for the rally venues.

The former President has not confirmed rumours he is planning to run for President again in 2024, despite much speculation.

Under US law, Presidents can serve a maximum of two terms but they don't have to be consecutive.

Last week, he told The Daily Wire that he was "enthused" about the possibility of a 2024 run, the New York Post reported.

"I look forward to doing an announcement at the right time,” he said. 

"As you know, it’s very early. But I think people are going to be very, very happy when I make a certain announcement. You know, for campaign finance reasons, you really can't do it too early because it becomes a whole different thing.

“Otherwise, I'd give you an answer that I think you'd be very happy with. So, we are looking at that very, very seriously, and all I'd say is stay tuned."