This week, ahead of an event at Trump’s Miami-area resort (the Trump National Doral Miami), a Florida-based political action committee known as Remove Ron deployed a mobile billboard in the area with a message for Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), who was slated to imminently be stopping by. The billboard implored Greene to “go home” and “take Ron with you,” in reference to Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis, who is an ardent ally of ex-President Donald Trump.
Check out footage of the mobile billboard providing the reminder to Trump and his enablers that they’re not welcome by non-supporters below:
This billboard is driving around the Trump National Doral Miami, where Marjorie Taylor Greene and all of our least favorite people will be tomorrow. Retweet and share to make sure they get our message loud and clear. pic.twitter.com/iP7rjUkfKH
— Remove Ron (@RemoveRon) April 8, 2021
President Joe Biden’s approval rating has climbed to heights that Trump’s average level of approval from the general public never hit while he was in office. When Trump left the White House, his overall approval stood at less than 40 percent. Now, polls have repeatedly found overall approval for Biden that has been above 50 percent. Key policy initiatives from Biden have also fared well in polling. The COVID-19 economic relief package that Biden recently signed, for instance, has repeatedly hit 70 percent overall support.
Trump, meanwhile, has remained vocal about political issues following his departure from the White House. On Friday, he issued an endorsement for Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who is running for re-election in 2022. In his endorsement, Trump claimed that Rubio “ruled” while leading the Senate Intelligence Committee that Donald “was in no way involved with Russia,” although one statement from one Senator who has a history of capitulating to Trumpism doesn’t erase the reality of the many connections to Russian interests on the part of Trump and his allies.
Notably, Rubio was once a Republican presidential primary opponent to Trump, but — like other prominent past opponents — he eventually came around to backing the former president.
INBOX: Trump's Endorsement of Marco Rubio: pic.twitter.com/3MojqZzd4r
— Henry Rodgers (@henryrodgersdc) April 9, 2021
Trump hasn’t confirmed whether or not he plans to run for re-election in 2024, although he has claimed that if he were to run and win then it would be his third presidential election victory, which is obviously incorrect. Trump has continued to claim that he was the rightful election winner since leaving the White House.