Groups camping outside coliseum more than a day before Trump rally in Phoenix


While the Democrat Party’s presidential candidates debate their deranged policies in Las Vegas, President Trump will be having one of his raucous pro-America rallies at the 15,000 seat Veterans Memorial Colosseum in Phoenix. Supporters of the president began to camp outside of the arena on Tuesday morning. More than 30 hours before the rally is scheduled to take place. Enjoy everyone. There is nothing quite like a Trump rally. The live feed is below.


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Group begins camping outside coliseum more than a day before Trump rally in Phoenix

By AZ Central, February 19, 2020:

A group of people supporting President Donald Trump set up camp outside of Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Tuesday afternoon — nearly 30 hours before doors are set to open ahead of the president’s rally on Wednesday evening.

The first in line was Mario Estrada, who traveled to Phoenix from California ahead of the rally. Timothy Bond said he first came to the venue Monday morning, but after realizing no one had begun camping out yet, opted to leave and return Tuesday.

He said he was prepared, though, to camp out for more than 48 hours to hear the president speak.

“It’s too important,” he said. “I’ve been a Trump fan for years and I just couldn’t miss it. We have to show our support because the left is definitely showing theirs, so we have to match it.”

Bond said he and the others camping out outside of the venue had connected with each other and were “like a family,” pointing out the diversity of the group that had gathered.

“This is a great cross section — gays, Latinos, white — we’re all family, we’re all friends here now, and probably lifelong friends,” he said.

Estrada, who said he is gay, said he believes the president supports the LGBT community as well as other minority populations. He added that those who believe the president is divisive are coming from a “place of ignorance.”

“He has a long history of championing Americans and American values and putting his country ahead of himself and that’s why there’s this misconception,” he said. “Once he became president, the media wanted to turn it on him and if you tell a lie long enough and often enough, people will start to believe it.”


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