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45th President Donald Trump announced that he would be hosting his second “Make America Great Again” rally of 2022 in Conroe, Texas, a city in the Houston-metropolitan area.
Trump will return to the Lone Star State six months after speaking to supporters at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas.
Trump will speak to supporters at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Conroe on Jan. 29, 2022.
Directions to reach the venue
The Lone Star Convention & Expo Center is located at 9055 Airport Road (formerly FM 1484) in Conroe, TX 77303. The property covers 178 acres situated three miles from Interstate 45, 45 miles from downtown Houston, and 25 miles from Bush Intercontinental Airport and the Sam Houston Parkway.
Montgomery County owns and operates the facility, home to more than one million residents. Montgomery County has been called one of the fastest-growing and most desirable destinations for families and businesses in the United States.
You can view a detailed map of the location via Google Maps here.
Speakers at the event
A speaking slot at CPAC is prime real estate for ambitious Republicans. This year, a number of those eager to claim the mantle of a post-Trump G.O.P. have managed to nab one. With the event being held in his state, Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida has perhaps the most coveted spot on the schedule apart from that of Mr. Trump himself — he’ll deliver the conference’s kickoff address on Friday at 9 a.m.
Other rumoured 2024 candidates include Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, who will speak on the “Bill of Rights, Liberty, and Cancel Culture” on Friday at 10:50 a.m.; Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, who will discuss “Keeping America Safe” at 12:55 p.m. that day; and Senator Rick Scott of Florida, who is up at 2:55 p.m. for a discussion on “Unlocking Our Churches, Our Voices, and Our Social Media Accounts.”
Mr. Scott is immediately followed on the schedule by Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri, whose speech is simply titled “Remarks.”
Mike Pompeo, the former secretary of state, and Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota will anchor the lineup on Saturday. He will speak on the Bill of Rights at 1:35 p.m. She will address the audience at 3:50 p.m.; no topic is listed for her speech.
Looming over them all, of course, is Mr. Trump. If the former president’s popularity with the base holds firm, the 2024 election could revolve around whether he chooses to run. Few Republicans are likely to challenge him for the nomination if he does. If he doesn’t, candidates will pour as much energy into earning his endorsement as they do into their ground game in Iowa.
And so at CPAC, 2024 hopefuls are likely to deliver their speeches in a familiar mode: to an audience of one.
Who won’t be there?
With the Republican Party looking to take back the White House in 2024, who isn’t speaking at CPAC this year is as telling as who is.
The most notable absence from the lineup is former Vice President Mike Pence. He has kept a low profile since Jan. 6, when some rioters called for his execution and Mr. Trump declined to take action to stop the mob. Politico first reported that Mr. Pence had refused an invitation to speak at CPAC.
Also absent from the plan is Nikki Haley, a former governor of South Carolina who served under Mr. Trump as ambassador to the United Nations. Ms. Haley is another rumoured contender for 2024. Her absence from the conservative conference may signal an attempt to occupy a more moderate lane in the party in the years ahead.
Regulations for the event by Lonestar
You must be registered to attend this event.
The timeline of events is as follows:
- 8 am – Parking Opens
- 2 pm – Doors Open and Entertainment Begins
- 5 pm – Pre-program Speakers Deliver Remarks
- 7 pm – 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump Delivers Remarks
Seats will be available on the ground and in bleachers, first come, first serve. (You are NOT permitted to bring in chairs.) ADA seating will be available.
Food and drink are NOT allowed to be brought onto the Fairgrounds. You may bring coolers to the parking lot areas, but they will not be allowed onto the grounds. Rules will be similar to a visit to the airport – no water bottles, no food, etc. Food and beverages will be available on the grounds.
Parking will be open from 8 AM and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tickets are now available for sale
You can book tickets for Trump’s rally here.
Significance of the Make America Great Again rally
President emeritus Mr. Trump has been riding a huge popularity wave since Biden’s job approval ratings started going downhill. The recent deluge of Trump’s rallies is making good the renewed support the Republican agenda has garnered since Biden proverbially rubbed his nose through the dirt with his mismanagement of various public issues.
These rallies usually entail bucket loads of Biden- bashing, with all of his discrepancies and inadequacies laid bare for all and sundry to look down upon.
The first in this parade of Biden’s mismanagement of public issues was recently hosted in Arizona on January 15th. Being the locus of the ‘big lie‘ Republican propaganda of 2020, Arizona showed overwhelming support to Trump’s cause by turning up in thousands.
Among the speakers present at the Arizona rally were some of the most vehement voices in the pro-Trump propaganda like Mike Lindell and Trump endorsee Kari Lake.
Trump’s rally at the Country Thunder Festival Grounds in Florence took place nine days after he was set to hold a news conference at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on January 6—the one year anniversary of the insurrection by his supporters at the Capitol. He was expected to continue to falsely claim he lost the last election due to widespread voter fraud. This press conference had been cancelled, and Mr Trump was slated to address the crowd regarding the Capitol attack in this rally.
With Trump supporters touting 2022 as his comeback year and also hailing him as more than the leaders of the Republicans but ‘the pioneer of a revolution in America’, the stakes have never been higher for him. Candidates endorsed by Trump are expected to rake in massive support in the 2022 midterms as one in four voters are touted to extend their support to Republican candidates. If all goes well and this series of rallies advertising Trump’s competence as president work as they are expected to, Trump may well make his promise to ‘Make America Great Again’ a reality.