Trump plans to announce 2024 leadership team at South Carolina rally
Harrington said she suspects that there will be a lot of substance in the former president's speech
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Former President Trump plans on announcing his 2024 presidential campaign leadership team on Saturday in South Carolina, the site of his first official campaign stop of the election cycle, his national spokeswoman tells Just the News.
"He's going to be laying out his leadership team," Trump national spokeswoman Liz Harrington said Thursday on the John Solomon Reports podcast. "It's an important state. It's a winner-takes-all state, an early primary state, and he has been very successful in the state of South Carolina."
The 45th president of the United States announced his second bid for president this past November.
Trump announced the rally weeks ago, and earlier this week said he was first going to make a stop in New Hampshire
Harrington said Trump will address the war in Ukraine and how the United States is funding it.
"This is gonna spiral out of control, and President Trump doesn't like endless wars," Harrington also said. "He's unique. The uni-party loves the endless wars. The establishment loves it."
Trump in recent weeks, as he prepared to go into full campaign mode, has crafted his public statements more toward policy issues, which rally attendees will hear more of Saturday, she also said.
"I think you're gonna hear a lot of substance [Saturday], not just about [Ukraine] but also about the state of our country right now," Harrington also said. "Such as this border, the games of the Biden government and everything else. It's worse as it's ever been."
Trump will also reportedly have a message that will appeal to the everyday Americans.
"He's always had the common man in mind because it's about the country," Harrington said. "It's about what we can be and the greatness of the American Dream."