Escending a gold staircase in the Trump Tower on June 16, 2015, Donald Trump announced that he was running for president. Now almost four years later, President Trump plans to start his 2020 re-election campaign around the same date.
Despite the June 16, Trump made the country on Father's Day this year made clear in conversations that he considers it the official start date of his efforts to remain in the oval office, according to Axios.
Trump plans to enclose the re-election collection with a cluster of collections across the country and hold events in swing states in an attempt to dominate the news cycle. His re-election launch will draw some attention away from the Democrats.
The first democratic debates will be held in Miami on June 26 and 27 with 23 candidates who devote to dismiss the president ̵