A Trump rally in Colorado Springs on Thursday prompted many supporters to brave cold temperatures and camp out overnight with the hopes of securing prime spots for the event. The line for the rally began forming on Wednesday morning. People brought along tents, space heaters, and sleeping bags.
According to Fox News, doors open at the venue at 1 p.m., and those who do not manage to get in will be able to watch on an outdoor screen.
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As supporters gathered on Wednesday night, Trump was having another rally in Phoenix, Arizona “where he took shots at Democrats and touted the country’s low unemployment rate,” reported Fox News.
Fox21News reported that President Trump is expected to speak at 5 p.m. Senator Cory Gardner is also expected to give remarks.
Various Trump fans expressed their support for the president. Steve, a Colorado Springs resident, showed his tattoo of President Trump on his arm and said he believes Trump is going to save the country.