While President Donald Trump delivered remarks to supporters inside Stevens High School in Claremont, New Hampshire, on Saturday, footage from outside of the event posted to social media showed huge overflow crowds lining the streets.
Trump’s Senior Advisor Dan Scavino shared a video footage to X (formerly known as Twitter) giving supporters a glimpse of the overwhelmingly large overflow crowd extending throughout the streets surrounding the venue.
Scavino posted more footage from inside the venue, which showed supporters packed shoulder-to-shoulder among two different levels of the building.
The Team Trump X account posted aerial footage of the event which showed not a single empty seat inside the building.
Trump’s visit to New Hampshire on Veterans Day marks his seventh visit to the critical primary state this year. He visited the state last on Oct. 23, where he delivered remarks in Derry.
Trump had won the state in both the 2016 and 2020 GOP primaries, but narrowly lost the state in both general elections.
Per Real Clear Politics (RCP), Trump is the leading primary candiate among residents in the Granite State. As of Saturday, RCP reported the 45th president with a near 32-point lead in the state (46.5 percent).
Former Gov. Nikki Haley, R-S.C., polled second at 14.8 percent, and Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., in third with 10.5 percent.