Donald Trump as the next american president candidate.
The 2020 Donald Trump presidential campaign is an ongoing re-election campaign by President of the us Donald Trump, who took office on January 20, 2017.
Donald Trump began his reelection campaign unusually early for an incumbent president. He began spending his reelection effort within weeks of his election and officially filed his campaign with the Federal committee on the day of his inauguration. Since February 2017, Trump has held several rallies and fundraisers for this campaign. He has visited key electoral states. The campaign has raised funds and run two nationwide advertising campaigns. Trump has confirmed in several stump speeches that the slogans for the 2020 race are going to be “Keep America Great” and “Promises Made, Promises Kept”.
On November 7, 2018, Trump confirmed that Mike Pence would be his vice presidential campaigner in 2020. On June 18, 2019, Trump held a politician campaign launch event at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.
Trump’s predecessors merged their campaign committees into their party’s committee following their election victories. Following his 2016 election victory, Trump eschewed this presidential tradition and retained a separate campaign committee which continued raising funds. In December 2016, the campaign raised $11 million. These moves indicated that Trump was already eyeing a 2020 run.
Trump started pocket money on the 2020 race on November 24, 2016 (sixteen days after the top of the 2016 election). The earliest campaign disbursement that his committees reported was spent towards the 2020 presidential primaries was for the acquisition of a Delta Air Lines ticket on this date.
Trump officially filed his reelection campaign with the FEC on January 20, 2017, the day of his inauguration. Trump launched his reelection campaign earlier in his presidency than his predecessors did. Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Clinton , George H. W. Bush and Reagan all declared their candidacies for reelection within the third year of their presidencies. Trump filed the papers for his reelection campaign approximately 47 months before the date of the election.In contrast, both Reagan and George H. W. Bush filed approximately twelve months, George W. Bush filed approximately eighteen, and both Clinton and Obama filed approximately nineteen months before the date of the election.
While previous presidents had held rallies within the youth of their presidency to garner support for legislation, such rallies differed from those held by Trump therein they were funded by the White House instead of by campaign committees. one among the benefits of getting his campaign committee fund the events is that organizers can more discriminately screen attendees, refusing entry to non-supporters. Trump’s February 2017 rally in Melbourne, Florida, was the earliest campaign rally for an incumbent president.
By filing for his campaign as early as he did, Trump gave also himself a start on fundraising. this will theoretically help discourage primary challengers.
Since his three predecessors (Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama) won reelection, if Trump is reelected, it might be the primary time in American history that there are four consecutive presidents who were elected to 2 terms.