Trump will restart his divisive rallies after the midterms end -- instead of returning to governing: report
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets fairgoers while campaigning at the Iowa State Fair on August 15, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa. (Photo by Win Mcnamee for Agence France-Presse.)

President Donald Trump has been holding his "Make America Great Again" rallies almost constantly in the run-up to the midterm elections.

The commander-in-chief seems to love the cheers he receives from his base more than he enjoys running the country.

That may not end after the midterm elections, a New York Times reporter who helped the newspaper win a Pulitzer Prize for her coverage of Trump's first year in office explained on Monday.

After a Wall Street Journal reporter noted that the rallies were "all about Trump," NYT White House correspondent Maggie Haberman warned that the pattern would not end after Tuesday's vote.

"Worth considering that he is likely to start up this type of travel again fairly soon after the midterms," Haberman tweeted. "It’s one of the parts he likes best and campaign 2020 begins quick."