Donald Trump supporters are gathering at the Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington, Ohio, on Saturday morning, June 26, waiting for the former president’s first public rally since he left the White House in January.
The “Save America!” rally will be held in the evening, starting at 7.00 pm. In addition, Trump is set to campaign for the U.S. House candidate Max Miller in his first post-election rally.
Independent reporter Brendan Gutenschwager shared a video on his tweet, which shows hundreds of vehicles from Trump supporters lined up for the event.
“Stage set up with signs reading ‘Save America!’ here in Ohio, where Trump is returning to the campaign trail for his first post-presidency rally this evening,” Gutenschwager described in another video tweet.
The other tweet says, “The Trump Unity Bridge is back out here in Ohio, now with an old ambulance attached to the trailer.”
A video from RSBNetwork shows a big crowd with a caption, “So many patriots in Ohio waiting for President Trump! God bless the #USA!”
In a statement released earlier this month, Trump said that “this Save America rally” marks his first of many appearances in support of candidates and causes that further his administration’s MAGA agenda and accomplishments.
The rally supports Max Miller, who Trump has endorsed for election in Ohio’s 16th Congressional District.
Miller, a former White House aide, is challenging Ohio Rep. Anthony Gonzalez, who voted to impeach Trump.
In a statement on Wednesday, June 23, Trump said he expects to see “big crowds” attending the rally this weekend.