How many attended Trump’s Georgia Rally? bulk photos

How many attended Trump's rally in Georgia?


Former US President Donald Trump speaks in South Carolina. A few weeks later he held another rally in Georgia.

Former President Donald Trump hosted a “Save America” rally on Saturday, March 26, in Commerce, Georgia. It’s part of a series of Save America rallies he’s hosting. Here’s a look at how many people attended Trump’s rally, including mass photos and updates on what happened. Opinions about how big the crowd was varied from person to person.

Thousands attended Trump’s Georgia Rally, with some saying attendance was lower than normal and others saying attendance was “massive”.

The rally took place at the Banks County Dragway (formerly known as the NHRA International Dragway) in Commerce, Georgia. Though the doors opened in the afternoon, Trump’s speech was supposed to start around 7 p.m. Eastern, but he started about an hour late, Athens Banner-Herald reported.

The event was partly in support of local Republican candidates or politicians, Athens Banner-Herald reported. The list of speakers included Herschel Walker and Senator David Perdue, who is running for governor. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene was also among those scheduled to speak.

Opinions differed as to the size of the crowd. Some in attendance said the crowd was “massive.” However, other reporters said the crowd was much smaller than Trump used to dress. Here’s a look at the various reports. It’s unknown if local police will provide an official estimate, but we’ll add them to this story when they do.

Stephen Fowler of GPB News (an NPR affiliate) attended the rally and appreciated on Twitter that about 5,000 people were present. He wrote that it was “the smallest Trump rally I’ve ever seen here.” He said it was much smaller than the 20,000-30,000-sized rallies Trump hosted in 2020.

Atlanta-Journal Constitution’s Greg Bluestein shared a photo during the rally that indicated the crowd behind the TV stands didn’t “stretch as far as the eye could see” like Trump had said.

Fowler also shared a photo of the crowd, which was large but didn’t reach quite as far back as previous rally people did.

However, Joshua L. Jones of the Athens Banner-Herald tweeted that around 5:30 p.m. Eastern there was a “massive crowd” at the rally and shared a photo of a tightly packed crowd.

Burt Jones, a Conservative running for lieutenant governor, described the crowd as “huge.”

Trump quickly began his speech by referring to current Governor Brian Kemp as “RINO” for supporting one of Kemp’s opponents. He said he was angry that he had supported Kemp in the past.

Fowler later shared a photo showing the differences in the crowd between 8:50, 8:20 and 7:20. He said the cold and windy weather prompted some to leave earlier while Trump was still speaking.

Trump also told attendees that he believed Georgia was “red as hell” and voting for Perdue would be “a vote for this country.”

At one point, Rep. Matt Gaetz said he would nominate Trump Speaker of the House.

This happened while Trump brought some of the candidates he supported, along with others, onto the stage to speak with him.

Trump has two more rallies planned

According to his website, Trump has two more rallies planned in the next two weeks. A Washington, Michigan rally will be held April 2 at 7 p.m. Eastern at the Michigan Star Sports Center. And a rally in Selma, North Carolina will be held on The Farm at 95 on April 9 at 7 p.m. Eastern.

Trump’s first rally of 2022 was held in Florence, Arizona, in mid-January. Trump held a rally in Georgia in September. He also held a rally in Des Moines, Iowa in October 2021, a rally in Alabama in August 2021, and a rally in Ohio in June 2021. He also held a rally in Conroe, Texas in January that was attended by tens of thousands, according to media at the event.

At his August rally in Alabama, he was booed after telling those in attendance to take the vaccines. He replied, “You know what? I firmly believe in your freedoms, I do. You have to do what you have to do. But I recommend taking the vaccinations, I did it, it’s good. Take the vaccines.”

Trump has not yet announced whether he will run in the 2024 presidential election. However, during his speech in South Carolina, he told the crowd that “we may have to run again,” adding, “we’re going to take back the White House.”

Trump did that same comments during his Georgia rallyand said that he might have to walk again. How many attended Trump’s Georgia Rally? bulk photos

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