MEMO: President Trump Celebrates Fourth of July in Iowa and New Hampshire Following Massive Rally with 75,000 Patriots in South Carolina

July 03, 2023

TO: Grassroots Supporters and America First Conservatives


FROM: Chris LaCivita and Susie Wiles, Donald J. Trump for President 2024


DATE: July 3, 2023


RE: President Trump Celebrates Fourth of July in Iowa and New Hampshire Following Massive Rally with 75,000 Patriots in South Carolina



On Saturday, President Donald J. Trump celebrated Independence Day on Main Street in Pickens, South Carolina with a reported 75,000 proud American patriots.


President Trump announced the endorsements of over 250 grassroots leaders representing all 46 counties in the Palmetto State.


On the heels of his triumphant rally in Pickens, President Trump’s campaign will attend nearly a dozen Fourth of July parades across the First-in-the-South primary state.


A survey by National Public Affairs shows President Trump trouncing the Republican field by 23 points, dominating Ron DeSantis and state natives Tim Scott and Nikki Haley.


Last week, President Trump headlined the New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women’s most successful Lilac Luncheon ever, and later opened his first campaign headquarters in Manchester.


The Trump Campaign announced its initial New Hampshire Grassroots Leadership Team with over 150 dedicated activists and organizers throughout the Granite State’s ten counties, adding to the over 50 New Hampshire legislators who earlier this year endorsed the President’s campaign.


President Trump’s campaign will celebrate America’s glorious history, our heroes and our freedom at seven major Independence Day parades across the Live Free or Die state.


President Trump beats DeSantis by 28 points in the First-in-the-Nation primary state, according to a new Saint Anselm poll. A New Hampshire Journal / coefficient poll finds Trump with a 34 point lead against DeSantis.


On Friday, President Trump returns to Council Bluffs, Iowa where he will tout his incredible record of fearlessly defending Iowa farmers and delivering for Iowa's agriculture and Ethanol industries. 


President Trump previously announced endorsements from over 150 elected officials and grassroots leaders in all 99 counties in the Hawkeye State.


President Trump’s campaign will join more than 30 Independence Day parades in Iowa to celebrate American Liberty founded 247 years ago.


A recent survey by McLaughlin & Associates shows President Trump with a commanding lead over DeSantis in the First-in-the-Nation caucuses, with Trump beating DeSantis by 32 points. 


Not only is President Trump dominating DeSantis in South Carolina, New Hampshire and Iowa, he also holds a massive 30-point lead in Nevada, besting DeSantis 52% to 22%.


Nationally, President Trump trounces DeSantis by 34 points in a new Fox News poll, with Trump expanding his lead by 19 percentage points since February. The same poll finds DeSantis trails Trump by 50 points with younger GOP voters. Surveys by Morning Consult and Emerson College find Trump with a 38-point lead, with DeSantis’s support falling to record lows. A recent survey from CBS shows Trump with 61 percent of the Republican primary vote. Polling by Big Village and Harvard-Harris show President Trump leading the Republican field by 41 and 45 percent, respectively.


Four newly released consecutive polls have shown only President Trump can beat Joe Biden. President Trump has a 4 point lead over Biden in the latest YouGov poll, a 2 point lead according to HarrisX and Premise, and a 3 point lead in the latest Morning Consult survey.