We are here to ‘support the president who has been working pretty darn hard for us in the last four years,’ said one woman. ‘And we believe in him. And you know, we the people deserve a fair election and we feel like it’s stolen from us.’
Even if Trump loses, he’ll remain the most popular Republican in the country—and the leading candidate for the 2024 GOP nomination.
On the heels of his Supreme Court nomination, Donald Trump was ready to rock a rally.
MOSINEE, Wis. — Unlike career politicians pandering to the radical left, Trump doesn’t talk at his supporters. He talks to them. The Federalist covered last night’s Trump rally in flyover country.
Millions of Americans are ready to do exactly what thousands did at the Trump rally. They have been denied that for six months based mostly on edicts from governors claiming a public health crisis.
Thousands defied social distancing and masking to celebrate their favorite president in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday night.
The lockdowns are ending, it is time for the 2020 general election to truly begin.
It was inspiring to spend the day with my fellow citizens from all walks of life, united behind one idea: We are Americans first, before anything else. And we want our country back.
The event felt less like a campaign rally and more like a curiosity. It’s not a curiosity anymore. Monday night’s rally was a celebration, and unlike any any political event I’ve ever experienced.
In his first post-impeachment rally, Trump traveled to New Hampshire to remind voters about the results of the impeachment sham that concluded last week.
When talking to supporters both before and after the rally, impeachment seemed to be furthest from their mind.
With Beto O’Rourke as a perfect foil, Trump kicked off his 2020 reelection bid by painting Democrats as ‘outside the mainstream.’
Before one of the largest midterm election crowds in recent memory, Trump outlined the grand theme of his reelection: culture war.
Ben Jacobs, political reporter for The Guardian, joined Ben Domenech on The Federalist Radio Hour.
Why would Trump hold a rally in Texas instead of campaigning in swing states? Because Trump’s not running a campaign, he’s staging a reality TV road show.
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