President Donald J. Trump’s Save America rally on Saturday night in Casper, Wyoming, was the biggest crowd in state history, according to an official rally announcement preceding the 45th president’s entrance onstage.
“Ladies and gentlemen,” the announcer stated, “we are pleased to announce, this is the biggest crowd in Wyoming history! And with that, I ask you to please welcome the 45th President of the United States, President Donald J. Trump!”
The rally in Wyoming was a packed house, with every seat inside the auditorium filled. Trump excitedly told the crowd that he was “thrilled to be back in this majestic state with thousands of hardworking American patriots.”
He also joked that Wyoming was now “Ultra-Maga country,” poking fun at Joe Biden’s recent dig at MAGA voters in America.
President Trump’s rally was largely aimed at lending support to Harriet Hageman, the GOP candidate running to unseat incumbent RINO candidate Liz Cheney, R-Wyo. “Over the next 6 months the people of Wyoming are going to vote to dump your RINO congresswoman Liz Cheney,” Trump said.
Cheney has repeatedly drawn the ire of MAGA supporters and President Trump himself thanks to her participation in the Unselect Committee on Jan. 6.
“Liz Cheney is about America last,” Trump said.
He added as the crowd cheered, “There is no RINO in America that has thrown in her lot with the radical left more than Liz Cheney…she has gone crazy!”
The exact crowd size was not made public in the announcement.