‘42,000 people’ rally in Pennsylvania, highlighting Trump’s historic campaign momentum

by Summer Lane

President Trump touted a staggering crowd of 42,000 people at an electric Pennsylvania rally on Saturday night, where countless people braved frigid weather and gusty winds to show their support for the 45th president’s historic 2024 reelection campaign.

“We expected maybe 10,000 people – we have 42,000 people tonight!” Trump told the crowd, drawing big cheers of applause from the audience.

See the president’s statement on Saturday’s staggering rally attendance below:

Trump described the overflow crowd as flowing “as far as the eye can see” and urged the media to turn their cameras around to show just how many people packed into Schnecksville to rally with their favorite president.

“I hate like hell to give them the prime spot – the media,” he remarked.

He noted that the media refused to show the crowds because “they DON’T want us to win because they’re basically progressive…. I think progressive is a beautiful word, but it doesn’t apply to them!”

Earlier in the day, RSBN reported that the crowds of supporters waiting to see Trump hours before the rally kicked off was staggering, while floods of people hoped to get in and snag a seat to hear his remarks on Saturday night.

He joked that the weather was “freezing” on Saturday and said he was “freezing his a** off up here!”

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