Trump talks RALLIES, says ‘80,000’ attended South Carolina rally

by Summer Lane

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President Trump says that 80,000 people attended his July 4th celebration in Pickens, South Carolina, earlier this month, where he delivered a speech celebrating American independence with the real men and women of Main Street, USA.

Trump’s comments were made during an on-air phone call with Real America’s Voice this week, where he previewed his upcoming Saturday rally in Erie, Pennsylvania.

The president’s July rally in Pickens drew a sea of eager MAGA supporters to the historic main street of small-town America.

He entertained and inspired the crowd as he recounted his current legal battles against Deep State corruption and promised the country that, once elected in 2024, he would remove anti-American employees from federal agencies.

“WE’RE GOING TO GET THEM THE HELL OUT OF THERE,” he declared, drawing applause.

The Palmetto State has been a veritable stronghold for the 45th president, with Trump winning South Carolina in both the 2016 and 2020 presidential elections.

In his quest to take back the White House in 2024, President Trump is polling powerfully high with GOP voters there, indicating his long-term popularity with local Republicans.

Per RSBN, Trump held a nearly 30-point lead in the state among Republican primary voters, according to Race to the WH data.

Next week, the president is poised to return to South Carolina to speak at the state’s Republican Party Silver Elephant Dinner. Trump will arrive on Trump Force One at Eagle Aviation at the Columbia Metropolitan Airport preceding his remarks that evening.

Trump’s massive rallies have proven that Americans have not grown tired of supporting the MAGA movement. Despite his legal woes, Trump has remained battle-focused on winning the White House next year. “We will not let Radical Lunatics destroy our Country!” he wrote on Truth Social on Friday.

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