Trump Smashes Record in Arkansas – You Need to See This
It was a blow out in Arkansas for Donald Trump last night. Attendance broke a 42 year-old crowd record at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds. This was after Trump’s plane had to make an emergency landing at the Nashville International Airport. The plane was experiencing engine problems. Trump continued on to Arkansas on a small charter airplane to make his event at 7:45 pm. Thousands showed up and it was standing room only. If this is any indication of New Hampshire and forward, there is almost nothing that can stop Donald Trump. He is simply a rock star to these Americans.
From Gateway Pundit:
GOP frontrunner Donald Trump smashed a 42 year-old crowd record at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds.
Trump reportedly broke a crowd record set by ZZ Top years ago.
Here are shots from the Little Rock rally.
Trump claimed at the rally that he won Iowa and was cheated out of victory by an unscrupulous Ted Cruz. I can’t believe people are falling for this lie, but they seem to be lapping it up. “Actually, I think I came in first,” he told a cheering crowd of more than 11,500 people who packed into Barton Coliseum to hear him. Cruz has said that Trump “finds it very hard to lose” and has been mocking him and his “Trumper tantrums.” “We’re liable to wake up one morning and Donald, if he were president, would have nuked Denmark,” Cruz told a crowd in New Hampshire on Wednesday. “That’s not the temperament of a leader to keep this country safe.” I have to agree, but looking at the number of people showing up for Trump, it’s hard to argue that the man will indeed be our next president. He leads by 24 points in New Hampshire and Marco Rubio just jumped to second place in the polls. Whatever side you are on, you have to admit that Trump’s following is something to behold. It’s historic.
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