Today’s Trump Rally is Expected to be the Largest Since he Left Office

Today in Alabama, Trump will host his largest rally since leaving office.

According to Newsmax, at least 50,000 people are anticipated to attend.

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Former President Donald Trump will host his largest rally since leaving office in the Republican-leaning state of Alabama on Saturday.

According to AL.com, Alabama Republican Party Chairman John Wahl stated of the event in Cullman, “It’s literally in the heart of Trump country in one of Donald Trump’s most favorable states.”

“When dealing with an outdoor location, a lot depends on the weather and the conditions in the area,” he noted.

“However, we wouldn’t be astonished if there were 20,000 or more.”

“The outdoor gathering will be hosted by the Alabama Republican Party… with a crowd of at least 50,000 Trump supporters expected to attend,” according to Newsmax.

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According to a recent poll, only 37% of respondents would vote for Biden today.

According to the poll, 14% of moderates and 9% of Democrats are already remorseful about their decision.

According to the National Pulse,

Only 37% of voters today say they would vote for Biden.

Today, 13% of Democrats say they will vote for Trump;

Biden’s popularity among moderate voters has dropped 13 points, while Trump’s has risen.

11% of 18-39-year-olds regret their vote in 2020;

14 percent of Black Americans are remorseful about their vote in 2020;

9% of Democrats are remorseful about their vote in 2020;

12 percent of moderates are remorseful about their vote in 2020.

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Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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