D.C. Rally today is one of the largest rallies of the year, with thousands of rally goers expected to arrive at the Lincoln Memorial to witness the largest rally of its kind in American history.
It will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., when more than 40,000 people are expected to gather in the park.
The rally comes as President Donald Trump is looking to expand his reach in the South and Midwest, where his supporters have traditionally been a minority in the country.
The president’s remarks at the rally on Tuesday were aimed at winning over new voters and independents, as well as to make an impression on the media, who have been critical of his presidency.
“We’re going to have a tremendous turnout, a phenomenal turnout, because we’re going up against the president, and we’re also going to get a lot of new voters,” Trump said.
“I want to see you.
I want to show you that I’m a real man.
On Tuesday night, a reporter asked the president about his attendance in New Hampshire, which he had visited with the president on Wednesday, and he again declined to say. “
We’re not going to go anywhere.”
On Tuesday night, a reporter asked the president about his attendance in New Hampshire, which he had visited with the president on Wednesday, and he again declined to say.
He also declined to address the protests that erupted in the city.
“The President is a real person.
He’s got a very, very great sense of humor,” said White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
“He’s also a real human being, which is what I think you are going to see as well.”
She added that Trump has been “extremely engaged” with the rally.
“It’s been a very productive meeting, a very enjoyable meeting,” Sanders said.
But even as Trump’s attendance at the DC rally is not the largest of his life, it is not an insignificant one.
In addition to his inauguration, the president has been attending rallies and conventions all year long.
His attendance at this rally is even more significant because he is the first sitting president to attend the rally in his home state.
Sanders did not say when Trump was scheduled to return to Washington, D.O. The White House said in a statement that the president was “very busy, so he will not be attending the event.”