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nearvideo President Trump set to kick-off the 2020 re-election campaign in Orlando, Florida

Talk-radio host Brian Mudd weighs in at, how to win likely to Trump Florida in the year 2020.

ORLANDO, Fla. – It was a sea of red under the heat of the sun on Tuesday as thousands of Trumpf pendant, adorned, in MAGA-inspired clothes, waited outside the Amway Center hours before the President’s arrival.

Some were camped out in chairs for a couple of nights, while others traveled from afar, but almost all of them were there to show your steadfast support for Trump-2020-re-election campaign.

“He kept his promise, he is passionate about America. He wants us to be safe, I am tired of people hating on him. He does his best to defend us,” Alan Machapento, a New Jersey native, told Fox News. “I’m just the Dow, we have the lowest unemployment of all times.”

Meanwhile, Marcia Tracy, and her teen grandson, Ashton Smith of South Jacksonville, woke up at the crack of dawn in anticipation of the big event, if Trump was to announce that he is seeking a second term.

Marcia Tracy Ashton Smith
(Hollie McKay)

“From the moment he said this, he ran, I was a trump fan,” Tracy enthused, said she was disappointed in any way with its performance. “He is not a politician, and I am so glad that my grandchildren will grow up in an America that is great.”

In their view, Trump is a man of his word, and brought jobs back, so that “we can all be proud to say things are made in America” again.

Their best hope before the year 2020 the showdown?

“Build the wall,” cried Tracy.

Her grandson, Ashton, on, 15, acknowledged that, while he is too young to vote, had given to such demonstrations, it is expected to encourage “his own opinion” and think about what topics are of importance, namely the future job opportunities.

The intensity of the event only grew as more poured all morning.


Any kind of hat and shirt and mug and poncho was hawked in the corners far and wide, with slogans ranging from “God, Guns and Trump to Trump is Deplorables” to “Work to defeat the liberals since 1854.”

“Bikers For trump as a” volunteer security members were able to traffic into and out of the rally areas, such as the cheering trump supporters celebrated on a tape, while in the line, and occasionally break out into “USA, USA” chants.

Others wandered the blocks around the venue people are pushing a petition to sign to prevent “that electoral fraud.”

“Only U. S citizens should be able to vote,” says Donny, Jacksonville native. “We want to be in Florida.”

Donny trump rally, wait to start
(Hollie McKay)

Meanwhile, Pamela Simpson of Fort Pierce, Fla., She said she was more than satisfied with the trump team efforts in the area of criminal law reform.

“There are a lot of mothers and women sitting in prison, and they are (working on reforms,” she said. “We need to believe in America, and we are on the right path. It is not the Congress, is that it is.”

Joining her under the warm sun, the 80-year-old Barbara Miller, from Orlando, said they have been working since the age of 13 and was a great believer in the promotion of the economy.

To be sure, at the next term, the President would almost certainly need to hook Florida, which has long been considered one of the most important strategic voters battlefields in America.

While many of Trump’s politics, and mannerisms were slandered in the media in recent years, many at the rally said they came out to ensure that it thinks is not indicative of how the whole country feels.

“I’m here for the trumpet, and I love his attitude,” said Cherie Colgram, Clermont, Fla. “He makes things happen, he is still working on the border Problem. I’m voting for him again.”

Official inquiries about the speaker reminded the audience that while President Trump supports both the First and the Second changes, the event was paid for by Trump and designated areas “outside of the venue were put in place for those who protest.”

With that, a chant rose from “God Bless America” from the groups.

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