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Trump Returns To Iowa As He Ramps Up Campaigning In Early Nominating States

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In a recent Iowa speech, former President Donald Trump focused on rallying Republicans against President Joe Biden, while also criticizing primary opponents Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley.

Trump emphasized Biden’s economic policies and attacked DeSantis for his previous opposition to ethanol subsidies.

Despite Haley’s rise in polls, Trump maintains a considerable lead in nationwide polling. (Trending: Here Are The Most Disturbing Ways Hunter Biden Spent His Millions)

“There’s no surge. They don’t have any surge,” Trump said of his opponents.

The Trump campaign is intensifying efforts for the Iowa caucuses, while allies like Matt Gaetz and Ben Carson are set to act as surrogates.

Meanwhile, DeSantis has been attempting to narrow the polling gap by critiquing Trump’s record.

Despite confidence in Iowa, the campaign sees potential challenges in New Hampshire due to Haley’s popularity.

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