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Former President Donald Trump returned to the rally circuit Saturday in Georgia where he showcased a trio of candidates loyal to him, and amplified his attacks on the state’s top elected Republican leaders.

At the Georgia National Fairgrounds rally in Perry, he targeted Republican Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan, conservative Governor Brian Kemp and Republican Party Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger for refusing his calls to overturn the election results in Georgia last year, reported Fox News

The former President said that last year’s presidential election was "the most corrupt election" in American history, and once again claimed that it was "stolen" from him and was "rigged."

Talking about Raffensperger and Kemp running for re-election next year, Trump urged his supporters to oust them saying "the people of Georgia must replace the RINOs (Republican in name only) and weak Republicans who made it all possible."

In 2018, Kemp narrowly defeated Democratic nominee Stacey Abrams, but Trump would have rather seen her win. He said, "Stacey, would you like to take his place? It’s okay with me."

Trump also seemed to try and recruit former Senator David Perdue to take on the role of the governor. He asked if he heard Perdue running for governor. So far, he has endorsed Representative Jody Hice in his primary challenge against Raffensperger, and he is also backing state Senator Burt Jones, who is bidding for lieutenant governor.

At the rally, Trump once again flirted with a potential 2024 Presidential run, and teased a "glorious victory in November of 2024. We are going to have a big beautiful victory."

Meanwhile, according to a poll of attendees at the Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference on Mackinac Island, his influence among Michigan Republicans appears to have waned. At the conference on Mackinac Island Friday and Saturday, there were about 1,300 people, who could vote through a secure link in the poll.

More than 740 Republicans participated in the survey by The Detroit News that showed that when they were asked whom they would support, more people voted for other potential Republican candidates than they did for Trump. Still, the former President got majority of the votes with 47.5%, followed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

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Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during the Rally To Protect Our Elections conference on July 24, 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona. The Phoenix-based political organization Turning Point Action hosted former President Donald Trump alongside GOP Arizona candidates who have begun candidacy for government elected roles. Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images

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