President Donald Trump Holds “MAGA” Rally in Youngstown, Ohio … They Give Trump a Hero’s Welcome (VIDEO)
THE LEFT DID NOT GET IT IN 2016 AND THEY STILL DON’T … THE RUST BELT AND MIDDLE AMERICA LOVES PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP …
Last night President Donald J. Trump held a “MAGA” rally in Youngstown, Ohio. President Trump went straight to the America people and cut through the fake news. No longer will the likes of CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, The New York Times, the WAPO and the rest be able to lie to the American people and spew their liberal, hate-Trump agenda. Now words are necessary … Just watch the speech below and you will understand how Donald Trump won the 2016 Presidential election and how Trump pierced the Blue wall of the Rustbelt states. The LEFT and MSM just don’t get it and cannot stand that Trump goes over their head and directly to the American People.
MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!!!
This town was on fire.
By 1 in the afternoon on Tuesday, every main thoroughfare downtown was filled with happy people heading toward the Covelli Centre. Folks dressed in red, white and blue crisscrossed the main grids as vendors sold “Make America Great Again” ball caps, American flags and bottles of water.
Thousands had filled the gravel parking lot to wait until the doors opened at 4, license plates revealing they had traveled from as far as Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia to see the president speak directly to them in this Rust Belt city.
Music played on almost every corner as Donald Skowron, a retired Youngstown police officer, drove his green pickup truck up and down Champion Street — in the back, a 6-by-8-foot homemade wooden Trump-Pence sign straddling the bed of the truck, with two large Trump flags flowing from the top.
Six months after Donald J. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States, he received a hero’s welcome in this town. The festive scene made a counter-visual to the daily nonstop press reports about investigations into members of his inner circle, Russian interference in last year’s election and the debate over ObamaCare.
Trump’s approval rating, according to Gallup, is 39 percent. Youngstown is the 39 percent.
On Monday, police said the advance ticket request of over 20,000 had exceeded the 6,000-seat capacity of the center, prompting the event coordinators to put a large screen outside the center for the overflow crowd.
Dave Torrance, from Hermitage, Pa., had left early in the morning with three of his friends to see Trump. Torrance, 71, wore a blue ball cap with “American Patriot” embroidered across the top and a navy T-shirt with an American flag across the front.