Wild Trump rally in Duluth

Trump rocks at wild Minnesota rally!

Trump fires up the crowd in Duluth

President Trump fired up huge overflow crowd in a Duluth arena on Wednesday night in a campaign rally to bolster Republican gains in Minnesota in the 2018 midterm elections and for an outright victory there in his 2020 re-election bid.

An overflow crowd of 10,000 Trump supporters packed the sports arena, with another 10,000 standing and cheering outside.


This is how Trump dealt with a protester — “Get him outa here! OUT!”

Crowd turns on the bobbed-hair protestor, chanting “USA! USA! USA!”

Crowd turns on protester

The rally was the beginning of the Republican Party’s campaign in Minnesota to win big gains there in Congress in the November midterms and a Trump victory in the 2020 presidential election.

Candidate Trump almost pulled off a rare Republican victory in Minnesota in 2016, which would have ended traditional Democratic Party dominance there. Trump and the GOP are counting on winning the state when he runs for re-election in 2020.

In the November midterms, Trump is pinning his hopes on retired Duluth police officer Pete Stauber to win Minnesota’s crucial Eighth Congressional District.

Trump backs Stauber
President Trump welcomes retired Duluth police officer Pete Stauber, Republican congressional candidate in the November midterm elections, to the podium during rally.