Donald J. Trump will hold his first rally as President of the United States this Saturday in Melbourne, Florida at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport AeroMod International Hanger.
“We are going to put America back to work,” Donald Trump, tweeted Wednesday inviting supporters to the rally. “We are going to put people before government.”
“On behalf of TRUMPERS throughout Florida we’re excited that the President has chosen to visit the Sunshine State as part of his continued effort to remind Americans he appreciates us and is working hard for all,” Randy Ross, Chairman, Orange County for Trump!, told South Florida Reporter. “In less than a month, we’ve watched our President persevere and follow through on his campaign promises. We look forward to reminding him we appreciate his sacrifice and love of Country with an “Eye on 2020!””
Doors to the Orlando Melbourne International Airport AeroMod International Hanger will open at 3 p.m. on Saturday, February 18th with President Trump arriving around 5 p.m. Thousands are expected for what is expected to be an hour speech. Tickets are available to the general public on a first come, first served basis, with a limit of two per mobile device.
“As the Republican nominee, President Trump made an appearance at the Orlando Melbourne International Airport as part of a campaign blitz,” Frank Sosta, President of The Republican Club of Indian River, told South Florida Reporter. “Over 15,000 were in attendance at the September rally. More than 12,000 were turned away due to capacity concerns.”
When questioned about the rally on Wednesday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer indicated that it was “being run by the campaign,” according to Associated Press reporter Ken Thomas.
“Donald Trump began his bid for the White House as an unconventional candidate and this resonated with the American people,” former Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos told South Florida Reporter. “I’m pleased that the Republican Senate leadership has taken action and approved many of the President’s cabinet nominees