Donald Trump Brings the Fire to Pennsylvania Rally Friday

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President Donald Trump held a rally Friday, May 6th, in Greensburg, Pennsylvania. By Trump rally standards, the slight crowd braved the rain to hear the President take no prisoners, as the crowd roared with approval while he skewered Democrats and RINOs alike.


Trump laid into the usual suspects, starting with Nancy Pelosi.

He also sharply criticized President George W. Bush’s Middle East policy. Bush recently announced he would appear in Georgia to stump for incumbent Governor Brian Kemp, whom Trump has definitely not endorsed.

Trump challenged the current White House occupant, suggesting Biden undergo a test to see if he’s fit for office.


The President also hit on mask mandates.

He lit into Alec Baldwin.

And, unsurprisingly, Hillary and the Democrats.

Earlier in the rally, J.D. Vance, who recently won the Republican senatorial primary in Ohio with Trump’s endorsement playing no small part in pushing him to victory, spoke and was warmly received. Vance got in a shot at Karl Rove.


The same was not true for Dr. Mehmet Oz, despite Trump endorsing him for Pennsylvania’s Republican Senatorial primary, as scattered boos occurred when he spoke.

While the left will mock the rally’s attendance, Trump’s popularity and power within the Republican party remain unchallenged.



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