How Trump Rally in NJ Became an Outrageous Race to The Top

A Trump rally in New Jersey has become the highest-profile rally to take place in the United States since the 2016 presidential election.

The crowd of about 3,000 people at the Trump National Golf Club in Valhalla was the largest ever for a rally, and the first rally for the presumptive Republican nominee.

Trump has held rallies in every state except Massachusetts since the early 1980s.

The event drew a crowd of tens of thousands, and some of the most enthusiastic Trump supporters came out to the media tent.

Trump held the event at the same venue that his wife Melania Trump and his two sons Donald Jr. and Eric Jr. also held.

Melania Trump did not attend the rally, which was not clear how the event was managed by her husband.

The rally was attended by Vice President Mike Pence and other Republican leaders, and by members of the armed forces, who had been invited to watch the event.

Trump said on Twitter that he was glad he got the chance to speak at the rally.

“I’m so happy I had the chance, and it was a great event,” Trump said.

“This is a great day for the country, for our country, and we can’t let up until we win the presidency!”

The rally, a prelude to the November election, is one of several rallies scheduled for the week ahead in New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Virginia and Maryland.

Trump has held several rallies in the past week, and he has not announced a schedule for a New York rally.