Trump expects to see a ‘very big crowd’ in PA tonight

HFH1R9 Beijing, USA. 21st July, 2016. Donald Trump takes the stage on the last day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, the United States, July 21, 2016. © Yin Bogu/Xinhua/Alamy Live News

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President Donald Trump posted on Truth Social on Friday that he expects a “very big crowd” will attend tonight’s Save America rally in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

Trump’s Save America rallies continue to attract massive numbers of Americans who are eager to hear the 45th president’s perspective on the political landscape of America, the midterm elections, and the future of conservative policies.

The 45th president, who has been very active lately on his Truth Social account, said Friday, “I will be in Pennsylvania tonight to do a Rally for Dr. Oz. Very big crowd expected. See you there!”

Recently, Trump blasted mainstream media’s poor coverage of his rallies and pointed out their failure to accurately show the size of the MAGA crowds at his rallies. He explained, “When I draw 30,000, 40,000, 50,000 or in one case 87,000 people, reporters do not report it and cameras are not allowed to show how big the crowds are.”

Tonight’s highly anticipated Save America rally is expected to be huge and will feature Dr. Mehmet Oz, “2000 mules” director Dinesh D’Souza, Pennsylvania Reps. John Joyce and Mike Kelly, and West Virginia Rep. Alex Mooney.

While the rally will feature multiple guest speakers, it is clear from Trump’s statement that the main purpose of this rally is to boost momentum for Dr. Oz’s crucial Senate race in Pennsylvania.

According to The Hill, Dr. Oz and David McCormick, a former hedge fund manager, are in a tight Republican primary race in Pennsylvania. However, based on the previous success of Trump’s endorsements, the 45th president’s support of Oz will likely play a major role in the outcome of this important primary race for U.S. Senate.

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