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Donald Trump is looking for a massive victory in Iowa.
He just got backing from Bruce Rastetter, a major Iowa Republican donor.
Rastetter said, “You look around at the issues on inflation, the border, our status in the world. Everyone can see that we didn’t have problems when Donald Trump was president.”
Bruce Rastetter, a major Iowa Republican donor, predicted a resounding Iowa caucus victory for Donald Trump, saying the agriculturally-heavy state maintains nostalgia for the former president’s tenure in the White House.
At a Des Moines, Iowa, roundtable hosted by Bloomberg News on Saturday morning, Rastetter said that after much deliberation he’s decided that he will again support Trump for president. Iowa kicks off the official start to the 2024 Republican presidential nominating process with its Jan. 15 caucus.
“I get back to the guy that’s done it before, rather than the guy that says ‘I’m going to be just like Donald Trump,’” Rastetter, the founder and executive chairman of Summit Agricultural Group, said Saturday. “You look around at the issues on inflation, the border, our status in the world. Everyone can see that we didn’t have problems when Donald Trump was president.”
Polling shows Trump with a more than 30-percentage point lead ahead of Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley, who are battling for second place. Still, the Republican frontrunner’s team has tempered expectations in recent days as winter storms and subzero temperatures threaten caucus turnout Monday.