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HILARIOUS: Watch CNN Forced To Admit The Trump Bronx Rally Is HUGE and DIVERSE!

This is a classic CNN moment!

Watch as Anderson Cooper suddenly gets a face longer than Sarah Jessica Parker when his on the scene reporter is forced to admit the Trump Bronx Rally is actually very successful.

Big turnout….and “it looks a lot like America here”….very diverse people in attendance!


Backup video here:

Host: “What kind of response did he get?”

Kristen Holmes: “Certainly a bigger crowd than Democrats would like to see.”

Host: “This is one of the bluest counties in the entire country.”

Holmes: Trump’s campaign plans to “micro-target” urban voters. The former president’s Bronx rally was filled with, well, Bronx voters.

Holmes: “I’ve gone to a lot of these rallies across the country, and there are often people who travel hundreds of miles to see Donald Trump and they’re not necessarily part of the community. However, one of the things that I found was that there are a lot of people here who are actually from the Bronx.”

Holmes: “You had people saying he doesn’t belong here. But you also had a number of voters who told me that they had supported Biden in 2020. They were very unhappy, particularly with the state of the economy and they were looking for alternatives, namely former President Donald Trump.”

Holmes: Trump stayed “remarkably on message here talking about things that do matter to New York voters, talking about helping with infrastructure, helping with jobs.”

I can’t decide who’s face is better…..

The grimaces from the reporter, or the long horse face shown by Anderson Cooper in the studio as he appears completely befuddled.

These people are going to need extreme counseling when the results of the election roll in come November!

And if you’d like to see exactly how large the turnout was, keep reading:

Video Shows MASSIVE Turnout For Trump At Bronx Rally – “Line Stretches Back For Over a Mile!”

President Trump held a MASSIVE Rally yesterday in one of the BLUEST parts of New York City — The Bronx.

In case you missed it, you can watch it right here:

President Trump Is LIVE With a MASSIVE Rally In The Bronx! WATCH HERE!

Also can watch here:

It was massive, but you don't really understand that until you SEE it live on the ground.

So we go to our good friend Richard Citizen Journalist who was boots on the ground at the Rally and he walked around showing you a line of people stretching on for over a mile!

And that was just the overflow people still trying to get in.

Absolutely incredible, take a look here:

Backup video here:


More here:

Bronx Rally Highlights: Trump Receives MASSIVE Welcome in One of the Bluest Counties

It seems nothing these Democrats do in their courtroom can get our President's spirit down!

Okay, so Trump rolls into one of the Democrats strongholds.

The Bronx, New York.

And what does he see?

Thousands upon thousands of supporters, cheering him on!

Here's there reaching out to the Bronx community to secure votes.

And it seems the people are with him.

They can see through the Manhattan circus trial and they know a winner when they see one.

The Associated Press reports:

NEW YORK (AP) — President Trump campaigned Thursday in one of the most Democratic counties in the nation, holding a rally in the South Bronx as he tries to woo minority voters days before a Manhattan jury will begin deliberations on whether to convict him of felony charges in his criminal hush money trial.

Trump, in his speech, cast himself as a better president for Black and Hispanic voters than President Joe Biden as he railed against Biden on immigration, an issue Trump has made central to his campaign. He insisted “the biggest negative impact” of the influx of migrants in New York is losing jobs, housing, everything they can lose.

Some in the crowd responded by chanting, “Build the wall,” a reference to Trump's push while in the White House to build a U.S.-Mexico border barrier.

With Trump confined to New York for much of the last six weeks because of his trial, the presumptive Republican nominee’s campaign has planned a series of local stops across his hometown before and after court. He visited a bodega in Harlem, dropped by a construction site and held a photo op at a local firehouse.

But the Bronx rally was his first event open to the general public as he insists he is making a play to win an overwhelmingly Democratic state that hasn’t backed a Republican for president since Ronald Reagan in 1984. Besides creating a spectacle of rallygoers and protesters, the rally also gave Trump an opportunity to highlight what he argues are advantages on economic and immigration issues that could cut into key Democratic voting blocs.

“The strategy is to demonstrate to the voters of the Bronx and New York that this isn’t your typical presidential election, that Donald Trump is here to represent everybody and get our country back on track,” said Florida Republican Rep. Byron Donalds, a potential Trump running mate who grew up in Brooklyn and spoke at the rally.

The former president opened his rally with an ode to his hometown, talking about its humble beginnings as a small Dutch trading post before becoming a glamorous capital of culture that “inspired the entire world.” While Trump established residency in Florida in 2019, he reminisced on Thursday about his efforts to revitalize Central Park's Wollman Rink and people he knew in the real estate business.

“Everyone wanted to be here," he told the enthusiastic audience. “But sadly this is now a city in decline."

“If a New Yorker can’t save this country," he went on to say, “no one can.”

Hours before Trump’s rally was set to begin, a long line of supporters decked out in red “Make America Great Again” hats and other Trump gear snaked around the park, waiting for security screening to begin. People were still entering the park well into Trump's speech, with some eager supporters sprinting up a hill toward the rally site after getting through security.

The Bronx Democratic Party protested Trump's appearance with its own event at the park.

Members of multiple unions were present, holding signs that said “The Bronx says no to Trump” in both English and Spanish.

“We are used to elected officials, to government officials, to opportunists of all kinds who come to our community and use our painful history,” said Democratic State Rep. Amanda Septimo, who represents the South Bronx. "They talk about the Bronx and everything that’s wrong with it, but they never get to the part that talks about what they’re going to do for the Bronx and we know that Trump is never going to get to that part in his speech.”


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