Rally house daslan has announced it will hold its biggest ever rally on Saturday, and one of the biggest in history.
Rallying at the US Capitol in Washington DC, a crowd of about 6,000 will assemble in front of the Capitol to hear Donald Trump and other Republican politicians speak on the subject of race and the future of the US.
“What is the reason for this?”
Mr Trump asked at the rally.
He has been a consistent advocate for his agenda on race, and said it would be “a disaster for our country” if Democrats did not “get together” to address the issue.
There will be several rallies across the US on Saturday.
The rally in Washington, DC, has been billed as the biggest rally for US presidential candidates since Ronald Reagan was elected in 1984.
It will feature speakers from Mr Trump, Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Marco Rubio, Senator Rand Paul, and Senator Bernie Sanders.
But it will be one of only a handful of major events in the country on the eve of the midterm elections, with the other rallies planned for Tuesday and Wednesday in Colorado, North Carolina and Florida.
Mr Trump’s campaign is expected to use the event as a platform to talk about how the US needs to make “historic” changes in its “civic infrastructure” in order to overcome its problems with the police and the prison system.
As the White House’s liaison to the Democratic Party, Mr Trump has often spoken of a race war in the US and has called on people to turn out in the “largest, most significant rally in American history”.
A rally in Chicago, the site of the 1968 Democratic National Convention, attracted about 200,000 people and the biggest political event since Mr Trump won the election.
After that, Mr Obama also took to the stage, with his wife Michelle and former President Bill Clinton, but no major speakers.
President Barack Obama speaks during a rally in Denver, Colorado, on February 13, 2020, the same day as the US Presidential Election.
Former President Bill, left, and Michelle Obama speak at a rally at the Lincoln Memorial on February 17, 2020.
US President Donald Trump greets supporters after delivering a speech at the Phoenix Convention Center on March 13, 2021.
On Thursday, Mr Cruz spoke at a campaign rally in New Hampshire, a state that he won in the 2016 election, before heading back to Texas for a speech in Dallas.
In New York City, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg spoke on the same stage as Mr Trump on Thursday, before returning to the state for his own rally on Friday.
Other speakers included Senator Lindsey Graham, who was one of Mr Trump’s most vocal opponents during the election, and former Texas Governor Rick Perry, a candidate who has been seen on the campaign trail wearing a mask of the presidential candidate.
The president also took a moment on Thursday to address his most vocal critics, and to speak of a “war on white America”.
“I’m not going to lie to you, I am not going for a coronation in the next couple of weeks, but I want to take the fight to the people,” he said.
“You are the people who are standing up and you are the ones who are getting loud and proud and showing up, and you will win this war.”
It’s a very, very dangerous place.
“In the event of a Trump victory, Mr Clinton will be expected to form the next government, but that could not be guaranteed.
Although the president is expected at the Capitol, a spokesman for the rally said Mr Trump would be allowed to attend the rally, but would not be permitted to campaign in support of his campaign.
‘We’ll see how that works out’Mr Trump has said he would not stop campaigning, and has continued to deliver stump speeches in recent weeks.
Ahead of the rally in Dallas, Mr Sanders said he was “confident” he would win in November, and that he was prepared to “fight until the bitter end”.”
“It’s very clear.”””
The truth is the American public is tired of the constant lies, the constant attacks on the president, and the constant disrespect,” he added. “
It’s very clear.”
“The truth is the American public is tired of the constant lies, the constant attacks on the president, and the constant disrespect,” he added.
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