Though President Trump is not officially launching his re-election campaign until Tuesday at 8 p.m., supporters have already started lining up in hopes of scoring entry to the Orlando, Fla. rally.
According to the Washington Post, Trump's 2016 team was well aware of this peculiar Trump tick and warned staffers never to cough or sneeze in Trump's presence because he interprets it as a sign of weakness. He promoted his upcoming rally on Twitter Monday morning. He says they have plans for the overflow crowd.
"Big Rally tomorrow night in Orlando, Florida, looks to be setting records", he wrote. "Over 100,000 requests. Our Country is doing great, far beyond what the haters & losers thought possible - and it will only get better!"
The Trump campaign has wasted no time in trumpeting the response of the faithful, especially as polls suggest he is behind his primary Democratic opponents at the moment.
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"President Trump's Orlando rally isn't until tomorrow evening, but supporters from across the USA have already started lining up outside of the Amway Center", added Fox Tampa Bay.
"I've seen it first-hand". Trump 2020 campaign National Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany told Florida Today that the rally is "first-come, first serve", and "a ticket doesn't necessarily guarantee entry".
The White House has been exceptionally eventful over the past few years ever since Donald Trump took office.