If this goes according to plan, Trump is going to be the frontrunner on both the Republican and Democrat sides.
Donald Trump is gearing up for a campaign rally in Alabama. The event was originally made to accommodate for 2,000 people, but because of the overwhelming demand, it has been moved to a different location.
While Bernie Sanders has been praised by the media for bringing together crowds of about 27,000 people, Donald Trump might be raking in 30,000 with this rally. Check it out…
With his next campaign stop being in Alabama, it’s only fitting that presidential candidate Donald Trump is going to rally up supporters in a jam-packed football stadium.
City officials have confirmed to News 5 the location for Donald Trump’s pep rally in Mobile on Friday night has been moved to Ladd-Peebles Stadium. It’s the same venue used for the Senior Bowl and University of South Alabama home games.
“It’s due to an overwhelming response,” said Kayla Farnon, spokeswoman for the Alabama Secretary of State’s Office. “More than 30,000 people have been confirmed to attend. “
News 5 is told Trump’s campaign has gone the extra mile to make the event as accommodating as possible. Parking will be free, WAVE shuttles to the stadium will be provided, and there will be concession stands for food and drinks.
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