Trump to hold 'major' MAGA rally in Florida on July 3 – the eve of Independence Day – with 'HUGE' firework show

DONALD Trump is set to hold a "major" MAGA rally dubbed 45 Fest on the eve of Independence Day – with a "HUGE" firework show planned.

The former president will headline the event in Florida with his fans promised live music and special guest speakers.

In a statement a Trump spokesperson said: "President Donald J. Trump…will hold a major rally in Sarasota."

"This Save America rally is co-sponsored by the Republican Party of Florida and marks President Trump’s further support of the MAGA agenda and accomplishments of his administration."

The rally will be held at Sarasota Fairgrounds.

It will feature a "HUGE fireworks show to celebrate America following President Trump's remarks to conclude a full day event commemorating our Great Country", the statement adds.

Florida GOP Chair Joe Gruters told The Herald Tribune: "It’s going to be an absolutely amazing event. It’s going to include fireworks and a lot of other great things.

"It’s going to be a very patriotic and exciting day and I’m so thankful we’re going to be able to host him here."

Trump himself has teased running for president again in 2024 but has not yet announced a formal decision.

He told The Dan Bongino Show "we're going to make you very happy" when asked whether he is considering rerunning in 2024.

He will also hold a rally in Cleveland, Ohio on Saturday, June 26.

There he is due to appear alongside Max Miller – a candidate who is challenging Rep. Anthony Gonzalez in the state.

Gonzalez was one of few lawmakers who voted to impeach Trump.

Trump told the Christian Broadcasting Network on Tuesday that he has not conceded the 2020 election.

He said: "No, I never admitted defeat. No, I never, The word is 'concede' and I have not conceded."

Trump has continued to repeat baseless allegations that there was widespread voter fraud and the election was “stolen” from him.

Last week, Trump appeared to admit defeat for the first time during an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity.

Trump said: "We were supposed to win easily, 64million votes (in 2016). We got 75million votes (in 2020) and we didn't win, but let's see what happens on that."

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