Trump’s Dallas Rally Tonight: Amazing Line Started Forming 50 Hours Ago

The president is scheduled to address some of his most fervent supporters on Thursday evening in a major campaign event

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Nobody draws “rock star” crowds so consistently as this president — who recently held a wild rally in downtown Minneapolis, right in the heart of Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar’s district.

Trump broke an attendance record for that rally a week ago — with 20,000 people inside and a reported 25,000 people outside.

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That’s absolutely a stunning achievement — and totally humiliating for Democratic squad member Omar.

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During the Minneapolis rally, Trump announced the rally’s record-breaking numbers.

“Twenty thousand people are inside the arena tonight, and … 25,000 supporters are outside tonight,” Trump said.

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You can watch that video below:

And it looks like tonight’s rally in Dallas will be the same way, maybe even more “epic.”

“By the time President Donald Trump speaks in Dallas on Thursday night, dozens of supporters will have waited in line to see him for more than 50 hours,” The Dallas Morning News reported.

“They say it’s all worth it to see the president speak at a Keep America Great Again campaign rally — Trump’s first rally in Dallas as president. Trump is scheduled to speak at 7 p.m. Thursday at American Airlines Center.”

“We love America. We love our president, and we want to show our support,” Cindy McCann, 40, of Bedford, told the outlet.

“McCann and her daughter, Jessica, 11, arrived outside the venue around 8 p.m. Tuesday, and they don’t plan to leave until they’ve seen the president speak.”

“We’re not going anywhere,” McCann told the publication.

And check this out:

The same publication reported that some people arrived from all over — including Richard Snowden, who flew in from Las Vegas.

“Snowden was the first in line for Thursday night’s rally, arriving at Victory Plaza at 2:15 p.m. Tuesday. He spent the night trying to get some sleep outside the arena in a lawn chair at the corner of Olive and Houston streets — with the exception of about three hours when he slept in a car.”

“Thursday’s rally will be Snowden’s 58th to attend. He said he’s traveled over 62,000 miles to attend Trump rallies — waiting out lines in the snow in Iowa, rain in Orlando, Florida, and heat in New Mexico,” The Dallas Morning News noted.

“I’ve never in all my life seen this type of political phenomenon. It’s truly phenomenal to witness,” Snowden told the publication of why he’s attended so many of this president’s rallies.

“It’s great to be around fellow Trump supporters,” Snowden said.

President Trump also tweeted out a video of the line in Dallas — stunning!

This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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