Former President Trump held the largest rally of his post presidency this Saturday.
The event was held at York Family Farms inside the city of Cullman, Alabama, and showed Trump giving his most heavy indictment of the Biden White House to date.
“Trump will be dealing with Biden’s Afghanistan disaster,” a source told Newsmax before the event.
The outdoor rally was hosted by the Alabama GOP and started at 7 p.m. ET, with a crowd of around 50,000 Trump supporters believed to have shown.
The former president took the stage at 8 p.m. ET. Newsmax broadcasted the Trump rally live to more than 100 million American homes.
Cullman is in District 4 in Alabama, Trump’s best district within the United States in ’16 and ’20.
“Donald Trump and the citizens of Alabama have a unique relationship,” Alabama GOP Chairman John Wahl said to WAFF-TV.
“The energy here, the enthusiasm, just how much folks are waiting and looking forward to this — that really helps me get into that energy and get the job done as we are working on this to make it happen.”
For the safety of those who are attending, the Republican party gave out free masks and hand sanitizer to anyone who wanted them, although the masks were not required to enter.
Trump had his first post-presidency rally on June 26th at the Fairgrounds in Wellington, Ohio.
He followed that up with a rally July 3rd at the Fairgrounds in Sarasota, Florida.
A third rally was then held on July 24th, at a Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona.
Security at the Saturday event was ultra-tight with state and local law enforcement officers and Secret Service agents were there to direct motorists.
There are ongoing rumors that Trump is preparing to announce he will attempt to oust Biden from office in 2024 and will announce this soon.
Last week, Sean Spicer, who is Trump’s former White House comm. director and co-host of Newsmax’s “Spicer & Co.” said that Trump will soon throw his hat in the ring.
Fox News has not aired Trump’s rallies live with Newsmax being the only news channel to do so.
Author: Scott Dowdy