Floridians showed up big time for President Donald Trump in Hialeah on Wednesday, proving that the Sunshine State is indeed “Trump Country.”
Rallygoers flooded into the venue at the Ted Hendricks Stadium at Henry Milander Park, lining up outside the event hours before the gates opened, as countless supporters hoped to get inside and score a seat.
The Wednesday night MAGA rally was a return to Trump’s signature energetic style of campaigning, illustrating the unique dominance that his platform has in comparison to other Republicans that have come before him and who are currently attempting to campaign against him.
Signs on the jumbotrons at the event read “FLORIDA IS TRUMP COUNTRY,” further solidifying the impactful gathering of prospective voters in the Sunshine State as distant GOP presidential candidates gathered in nearby Miami for a third Republican debate.
Ironically, Trump is the heavy favorite to win the Florida Republican primary, capturing 60 percent of support among GOP voters in the state so far, according to new data from the University of Northern Florida.
The 45th president also holds a supremely dominant position as the nationwide GOP pick for the Republican nomination, capturing 63 percent of primary voters’ support, per the most recent GOP primary polling information from Morning Consult.
Trump wrote on Truth Social late Wednesday night, “With your vote, we are going to WIN the Florida Primary for the THIRD straight time, we are going to win this state in a landslide next November, and we are going to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN, greater than ever before!”
Throughout his speech in Hialeah, the crowd was bursting with infectious energy, breaking out into chants of “USA” and “WE LOVE TRUMP.”
His remarks were also fronted by exciting speakers like Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, comedienne Roseanne Barr, and a sparkling endorsement speech from Arkansas Republican Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders.