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In a post via Truth Social, Trump said he would be keeping his “longtime commitment” to speak at the event in Houston because the country needs “real solutions and real leadership at this moment.”
The news comes after a mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas left at least 19 students and two teachers dead.
According to NPR, attendees were not able to carry guns during his address and were searched with magnetometers before entry by Secret Service.
Over the years, Trump and Cheney have not seen eye-to-eye and have called each other out on several occasions.
“Low-polling Liz Cheney is actually very bad news for the Democrats, people absolutely cannot stand her as she fights for the people that have decimated her and her father for many years,” Trump said at the time.
“She is a smug fool, and the great State of Wyoming, together with the Republican Party, fully understands her act. To look at her is to despise her,” he continued.
“He crossed lines no American president has ever crossed before,” Cheney said during an appearance on This Week, via ABC News.
Where Else Has Trump Campaigned
On Saturday, May 28, he made his first-ever appearance at a rally in Casper, Wyoming, where he endorsed GOP congressional candidate Harriet Hageman, who will be challenging Representative Liz Cheney of Wyoming.
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Gop Rep Meijer Slams Democrats For Pumping Money Into Primary Challenger’s Campaign
From CNN’s Eric Bradner in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Republican Rep. Peter Meijer slammed national Democrats for pumping money into his primary challenger John Gibbs campaign Tuesday night, saying hed heard from House Democratic colleagues who were angry about the hypocrisy that that represented.
Meijer, one of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump following the Jan. 6 insurrection, was locked in a tight race with Trump-backed Gibbs.
Obviously the DCCC dropping a half-million dollar ad buy to prop up my primary challenger with seven days to go is not something we liked to see, he told reporters and supporters in brief remarks at his election night gathering at a bar in Grand Rapids.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee pumped more than $300,000 into an advertising campaign portraying Gibbs as too conservative and too closely aligned with Trump ads designed to boost Gibbs among Republican primary voters.
Meijer said it may well be in the early morning when the final outcome is clear in the Grand Rapids-based 3rd District.
Were still feeling incredibly confident and incredibly proud of the support we have so far, Meijer said.
Full Video: Trump Rally With Dr Oz From Greensburg Pennsylvania
Another Senate primary battle
Former President Trump held a rally on Friday in western Pennsylvania outside of Pittsburgh in support of Dr. Mehmet Ozs Senate campaign. The Pennsylvania Republican Senate primary takes place on Tuesday, May 17, and just like Ohio, the Keystone race has pitted what is essentially a Cruz-endorsed candidate in David McCormick versus the Trump-endorsed Dr. Oz. Trump is 1 and 0 in the Senate battles so far this month, with J.D. Vance having won in Ohio earlier this week.
Below you will find all the rally details including start time, venue information, how to watch, as well as the full video embedded below.
Save America Rally in Greensburg, PennsylvaniaWhen: Friday, May 6, 2022Time: Trump speaking at 8 pm ETWhere: Westmoreland FairgroundsFull Video: Available below
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Full Video: Trump Rally From Mendon Illinois
Fresh on the heels of the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, which will return abortion regulation to the states, former President Donald Trump spoke in Illinois at a Save America Rally in the town of Mendon.
Trump will be speaking on behalf of Rep. Mary Miller, an incumbent candidate he has endorsed in the 15th Congressional District primary against Rep. Rodney Davis.
Save America Rally in Mendon, IllinoisWhen: Saturday, June 25, 2022Time: Trump speaking at 8 pm ET Where: Adams County FairgroundsFull Video: Watch below
Live Stream Trump Rally Greenwood Ne
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The stream and live video will be available from RSBN and other online platforms. Newsmax will carry the rally live on cable and satellite. The venue doors will open at 3 pm local time in Nebraska with numerous guests and candidates set to speak before Trump takes the stage around 8 pm local time.
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Ohio Republicans Get Shout Outs
Trump thanked a slate of Republicans for their work in Ohio, including Secretary of State Frank LaRose and auditor Keith Faber. He applauded LaRose specifically for his role in the state’s redistricting process.
He didn’t acknowledge the candidates running for governor this year, but he made a reference to “this terrible governor that you had” when talking about former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who ran against Trump in the 2016 GOP primary. Trump also praised Ohio Republican Party chair Bob Paduchik.
What Time Is Trump Speaking Tonight
Timeline of Events:
- 8:00AM Parking and Line Opens
- 3:00PM Doors Open and Entertainment Begins
- 5:00PM Pre-program Speakers Deliver Remarks
- 8:00PM 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump Delivers Remarks
Oz will be one of the five Senate candidates participating in the April 25 debate in the abc27 studio. The debate can be watched live on abc27.com.
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What You Need To Know
- Kansas voters have rejected an amendment to remove the right to an abortion from the state’s constitution, CNN projects. The state was the first to let voters weigh in on abortion since Roe v. Wade was overturned.
- In Missouri, Republican Eric Schmitt will be his partys nominee for US Senate, CNN projects, defeating former Gov. Eric Greitens.
- In Michigan, CNN projects Republican Tudor Dixon, an election denier endorsed by former President Donald Trump, will face Democratic incumbent Gretchen Whitmer in November. Incumbent Rep. Peter Meijer, who voted to impeach Trump, will lose the GOP primary for his seat in Michigan’s 3rd District to Trump-backed John Gibbs.
- Trump-endorsed election deniers were also on the ballot in high-profile races in Arizona, including in the GOP Senate, governor and secretary of state contests. Meanwhile, two other Republicans who voted to impeach Trump are facing primary challengers in Washington. These races are still too early to call.
Our live coverage has ended. Read more about today’s primaries in the posts below.
Former President Trumps Rally In Arizona Postponed Until Next Week
PHOENIX Former President Donald Trump has postponed a rally originally planned for this Saturday in Prescott Valley.
Friday morning, Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake shared the news on Twitter, with a screenshot from Trump on another social media site that says the rally will now happen next Friday, July 22. The postponement comes after Trumps first wife, Ivana Trump, died on Thursday in New York City at the age of 73.
Additional details about next Fridays rally are pending. For the original event planned for Saturday, Trump was expected to deliver speeches of support for Lake, U.S. Senate candidate Blake Masters and others at the Findlay Toyota Center.
My heart goes out to President Trump and his children. I am saddened to receive news that tomorrows Save America rally has been cancelled, however I know firsthand that it is important to be surrounded by family when you lose a Mother. We look forward to seeing you next Friday!
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Trump Rally In Jacksonville: What You Need To Know If You Want To Go Tonight
President Donald Trump will be in Jacksonville tonight for a “Great American Comeback Event.”
The event starts at 7 p.m. at Cecil Aiport, with doors opening at 4 p.m.
The campaign wouldn’t tell First Coast News, our news partner, how many people the venue would accommodate. But the campaign said social distancing and masks will be encouraged, and masks will be provided.
The disclosure at the bottom of the website says: “By registering for this event, you understand and expressly acknowledge that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. In attending the event, you and any guests voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19, and waive, release, and discharge Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. the host venue or any of their affiliates, directors, officers, employees, agents, contractors, or volunteers from any and all liability under any theory, whether in negligence or otherwise, for any illness or injury.”
Trump Rally In Pennsylvania Tonight: How To Watch Where Is The Trump Rally Today
May 6, 2022 / 12:00 PM EDT
May 6, 2022 / 12:00 PM EDT
WESTMORELAND COUNTY, Pa. Former President Donald Trump will be holding a rally in Greensburg, an hour outside Pittsburgh, on May 6.
In a press release, the former President will deliver remarks in support of Dr. Oz and other endorsed candidates at the Westmoreland Fairgrounds.
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Here Are Key Takeaways So Far From Tuesday’s Primaries
From CNN’s Eric Bradner, Dan Merica and Gregory Krieg
The vote in Kansas was one of the first tests of the potency of abortion rights at the ballot box since the Supreme Court’s decision to reverse Roe v. Wade and end the federal protection of abortion access.
Meanwhile, in Arizona, local elections officials were still counting votes to determine whether a slate of statewide candidates who were endorsed by former President Donald Trump and promoted his lies about election fraud won their Republican primaries.
In Missouri, the political comeback of a former governor was shut down. And in Michigan, one of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump was ousted, while the matchup was set for what will be one of the key gubernatorial races this fall.
Here are some key takeaways so far from Tuesday’s primaries:
Keep reading more takeaways here.
Full Video Trump Rally Mendon Il
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- 8 am CT Parking Opens
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- 4 pm CT Rally Starts
- 7 pm CT Trump speaks
The stream and live video will be available from RSBN and other online platforms. Newsmax will carry the rally live on cable and satellite along with OAN. The venue doors will open at 2 pm local time in Mendon with numerous guests and candidates set to speak before Trump takes the stage around 7 pm local time.
Given the seismic news on Friday from the Supreme Court, Trump took somewhat of a victory lap for the justices he appointed during his presidency:
It is safe to say that appointing the justices who overturned Roe will be one of Trumps longest-lasting legacy items that will have an impact for generations to come. The question of abortion is not a constitutional topic nor should it be treated or regulated as such.
Aside from abortion, which will become a wedge issue Democrats try to use to distract from President Bidens terrible economy and record inflation, there will be plenty of other topics for Trump to hit on speaking tonight in Illinois.
Follow the Trump rally schedule page for all the details on future events.
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In January 2022, Trump canceled a press conference he had planned to hold in Florida on the anniversary of the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
In a statement released, Trump stated that he would rather air his issues at a rally scheduled for a later date.
“In light of the total bias and dishonesty of the January 6th Unselect Committee of Democrats, two failed Republicans, and the Fake News Media,” Trump wrote.
He added, “I am canceling the January 6th Press Conference at Mar-a-Lago on Thursday, and instead will discuss many of those important topics at my rally on Saturday, January 15th, in Arizona.”
The event would have been Trump’s second press conference since leaving office.
At 12.47pm ET, another statement from the former president was shared on by the Right Side Broadcasting Network.
“To watch Biden speaking is very hurtful to many people,” he wrote.
“He acts like he’s aggrieved, but we’re the ones who were aggrieved and America is suffering because of it.”
The lawsuit alleges, “Letitia James is guided solely by political animus and a desire to harass, intimidate and retaliate against a private citizen who she views as a political opponent.”
Trump’s attorney, Alina Habba, added, “By filing this lawsuit, we intend to not only hold her accountable for her blatant constitutional violations but to stop her bitter crusade to punish her political opponent in its tracks.”
Trump Save America Rally Schedule
Former President Donald J. Trump will have numerous rallies scheduled throughout 2022 in the run-up to the midterm elections in November.
Here is a complete list of scheduled rallies as information becomes available. Information contained below includes start times, location, venue, tickets, and live stream information.
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Upcoming and recent Trump rallies and Freedom Tour stops are listed below on the event calendar.
Save America Rally in Waukesha, WisconsinWhen: Friday, August 5, 2022Time: Trump speaks at 7 pm CT Where: Waukesha County Fairgrounds
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He was scheduled to hold his Arizona rally on Saturday, July 16, but out of love and respect for Ivana Trump, 73, he postponed the event to Friday, July 22.
The rally is set to take place at Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley.
Guest speakers include:
- US Senate candidate, Blake Masters
- Secretary of state candidate, Mark Finchem
- Attorney general candidate, Abe Hamadeh
Full Video: Trump Rally From Anchorage Alaska
Trump’s first political rally in Alaska
For the first time outside of the presidential setting, Donald Trump ventured to the state of Alaska for a Save America rally held on behalf of former Gov. Sarah Palin. The lone congressional seat in the state is open after decades with the passing of longtime incumbent Rep. Don Young, and Palin is locked in a four-way runoff battle to be decided on August 16.
Trump was also on the ground to support Kelly Tshibaka who is currently in a primary battle to oust incumbent Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski, a frequent Trump critic.
Here are all the rally details including start time, how to watch, and ticketing information for the free event.
Save America Rally in Anchorage, AlaskaWhen: Saturday, July 9, 2022Time: Trump speaking at 8 pm ET Where: Alaska Airlines Center
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Not all seats in the center were filled Thursday. Several supporters streamed out of the event hall during Trumps remarks, which capped off an all-day event featuring a slate of leading voices within the conservative movement including Donald Trump Jr., former Trump adviser Kimberly Guilfoyle and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
The event was part of the larger America Freedom Tour, which aims to rally conservative energy around Trump. The tour will make its next stop in Memphis, Tennessee, on June 18.
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