Donald Trump Rally Worcester Massachusetts 7:00pm EST (Live Stream)…

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to supporters at a campaign rally stop at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts 11/18/15 7:00pm. Live Stream below, and alternative Link HERE – Another Link HERE

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250 Responses to Donald Trump Rally Worcester Massachusetts 7:00pm EST (Live Stream)…

  1. petszmom says:

    I concur with the folks that have posted the same thing….he is on fire, funny, off the cuff, and he most definitely owns the downside. did ya hear him? after the first ugly, fat carcass went off with his heckling…trump: that’s why these speeches are so much more fun! (paraphrase)

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    • rhobin8301 says:

      Did anyone notice as he walked away from the podium when the first protestor was being removed….hand in suitcoat pocket? Looked like a 2nd amendment supporter for sure lol

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      • justfactsplz says:

        I have seen him do that one other time at one of these rallies.

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      • nwtex says:

        Wasn’t aware there was a rally so didn’t see it. Glad is is posted here (per usual am grateful) so will watch sometime tomorrow or when I find time at a future date….I now have about 5-6 rally’s all stacked you …waiting 🙂
        But I find the pocket deal curious as that is not a good place. The ppl I know in LE would never do that…. quite dangerous.

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  2. mickie says:

    Do you have a time for the town hall? I want him to come to my state, Pa.

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  3. sam says:

    Trump is doing a lot of rally this week. One more debate in december and it’s clear sailing to the primary but since it’s near Xmas nobody cares probably.

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  4. flova says:

    CTH is absolutely a miracle. I can’t imagine not having this site at a time when the big name sites have sold out ‘we the people’ for 30 pieces of silver.

    It’s like the resistance or Lech Walesa’s solidarity movement in Poland calling all citizens to fight against tyranny.

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  5. irvingtwosmokes says:

    We are witnessing a Grandmaster chess player.

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  6. HbarSquared says:

    Front Page Drudge right now:
    EXCLUSIVE — REPORT: 8 Syrians Caught at Texas Border in Laredo

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  7. rsmith1776 says:

    His hair looks better…. a change of hairdresser? (-:

    Watching the presser from before, because I wait for the live event to end, so I can watch it from the beginning… looking forward (-:

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  8. Betty says:

    Did you hear Donald Trump brand Hillary? She’s wore out folks, she is tired.

    What can I call Donald Trump? I can’t bring myself to call him Donald, and neither can I bring my self to call him Trump. Calling him Donald is too casual for me and calling him Trump seems disrespectful to me. Mr. Trump sounds odd. I like President Trump and I have used it a few times.

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    • jello333 says:

      When I don’t say “Trump”, I call him Donald. Despite his wealth, fame, background, I really think he’s an INFORMAL guy at heart, and is probably fine with being called by his first name.

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    • nhtrespasser says:

      The Donald

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    • Easy: Mr. President.

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    • Tonawanda says:

      I LOVED that part. Hillary is very vulnerable on the “tired, old, no energy, not up to it” charge.

      She is so 90’s. She has no spirit or vibrancy. She looks sickly despite the wig and surgery. She is confused and needs naps.

      Trump is brilliant at creating negative images, and putting “kick me” signs on opponent’s backs for laughs.

      And the “tired” label is one thing which needs to be done to Hillary, daily, relentlessly, humorously, viciously, alarmingly.

      The other labels: liar; thief; has never done anything worthwhile; nasty to other people; plutocrat / one-percenter; accomplice to rape and sexual harassment.

      The subliminal, never spoken idea attached to Hillary should be “garbage” (use words like “rotten” and “smell”). People will get it right away, and they will not disagree. In their hearts they will know it is true.

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  9. sundance says:

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  12. sam says:

    Last week i was sad when donald did the rally in Iowa and attacking Carson. Now that’s Carson is going down the poll i’m happy that was over.

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  13. sundance says:

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  14. getfitnow says:

    Just saw this comment elsewhere.

    Just an FYI for those who asked: Trump has already qualified for the ballot in Illinois. I am on the ballot as one of his delegates and learned this info a few days ago.

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  15. sam says:

    It’s so funny that so many political reporters are using the term Yuge now. Trump can copy right the term Yuge and soon webster dictionary will approve that as a real word use in politic.

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  16. Donald Trump is just amazing, this was another fantastic rally. He brought up polls I had not even heard of yet. He has to, otherwise we wouldn’t know about them since the media is not reporting them. He said there was a new FOX poll and I cannot even locate it on a search and a couple he mentioned are not even logged into REAL CLEAR POLITICS YET.

    So much LOVE comes out of that man. Sir Trump! What a man, what a magnificent president he will make. What a true natural born LEADER.

    Hillary is going to be obliterated.

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    • deqwik2 says:

      I don’t know if poor George is going to make it through this election. He’s already going into melt down mode.

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    • NJF says:

      I was getting pretty annoyed with a lot of his coverage today on MSM. So many different repubs were interviewed today–senators/congressmen, mayors & govenors–regarding the refugee situation. Each time the various show hosts would ask about the presidential campaign and reference Trump’s commanding lead in all these new polls. Not one person stated that they believe Trump would win the nomination. Every single one talked about “when voters get serious, blah, blah, blah.”

      One of the idiots kept rammer img on about, “experience, and leadership.” I thought, really leadership & experience…..how exactly does Rubio or Cruz qualify?

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    • Sentient says:

      George Will? Who cares about a guy who looks like Pee Wee Herman?

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    • The Boss says:

      It doesn’t matter what George Will thinks, writes or says. He’ll never be more than a prissy sissy. Hand over your lunch money, wimp!

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  17. margarite1 says:

    I am not prone to being a fan – there are those I like but in general I remain a bit skeptical but do have my favorites with talent…i.e. Bindi Irwin on DWTS. So what I’m saying is this is unusual, like unheard of, and quite surprising for me.

    Two nights ago I dreamed about DJT. I met him and he gave me a single dangly gold and ruby earring (rubies are my favorite). He smiled and hugged me like a friend and I was extremely happy about all this.

    So I think my take away is that my subconscious has accepted him as someone who can help, someone with a positive influence that will impact me. And I think there must be a lot of people like me because we are in desperate times and need someone credible to help us.

    My overriding concern is for my children and my 6 year old niece….not to mention all the other innocents who are depending on us to do the right thing. As it has been said….failure is not an option.

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    • sam says:

      Trump I think won’t let us down. Think about it, he care about his reputation more than anything, Trump will most likely do what he say or try his best anyway.

      If he see your children and niece might even give them money for ice cream 😀

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      • margarite1 says:

        Yes, I believe he has a good soul and a strong mind.

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        • deqwik2 says:

          The proof that he really cares was him using his jet for the sick child and also for quietly sending Sgt. Tahmooressi $25,000 to help him get his life started back after he was released from Mexican jail. Trump said the money was for him & not his lawyers.

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      • NCPatrick says:

        Oh Sam .. thank you so much for posting this little 30 second video of Trump and the kids. It literally brought me to tears. I can already hear the poisonous critics accusing him of “buying votes” but that wasn’t it at all!

        Like the successful favorite uncle who hands out money to the nieces and nephews at family gatherings .. my own Uncle Doc did it and we thought he was a rock star. He did it because it made us urchins happy.

        Do you know where this Trump motorcade happened? I’ll bet no political candidate in history has ever done this before.

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    • Marie Rogers says:

      TRUMP has several children..i’m sure he is thinking of their future too!

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  18. Fantastic Rally. Best one yet. Go TRUMP2016.

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  19. deqwik2 says:

    Wouldn’t it be great if Massachusetts turns Red this year. It has been a blue state since 1928 except in 1952 & 56 then again in 1980 & 84. That would be a Yuge insult to the Dems.

    http://www.270towin.com/states/Massachusetts

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  20. Can you just imagine the losers running against him. This has to be their worst nightmare. They couldn’t even dream of having a rally like this. And you can tell Trump is sharpening his message. Less self promotion, and he’s so good at working the crowd. I don’t know how many times I laughed through this rally, and i don’t laugh easily.

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  21. bleep21k says:

    All I heard was “ALL LIVES MATTER”!! Good enough for me.

    Yet – Help me out Treepers – can we do this? Is it possible that Trump can win the primary and the general election? There are days when anxiety wins (anxious that I want to invest in this massive undertaking of electing a man that at least thinks and speaks like I do), and I feel fear, but above all debilitating “anger”, and wonder what else I can do. Just hearing Obama speak AT ALL now…and now Ryan and this BS…and someone posting on my FB “your a black man – how can you be ANTI-BROWN”. WTF Anti-brown??!??

    Been an “oreo” my whole life, seems like it got worse, as I grew up from a young age – I was an honor student in an almost all white HS, and then went to college – used to fight my public school neighbors to get home lol. But I can and have handled many a thug, and raised my family in all the “worst parts of town” until I could afford better, which I worked at until I could afford it and eventually did move OUT – making me more of an oreo (double stuffed) of course.

    I only sent one postcard, should I send more (to what purpose?), I’ve convinced only 2 others that agreed to send and did.

    Can I invite people to join TCTH? I would hate a bunch of trollers and fakes that would love an opportunity to disrupt what I feel comfortable about (trust me some of the FB garbage I deal with on a DAILY basis…)…

    I feel like its CRITICAL now, a bit afraid to make a move…any one else getting “worn out”?

    I..me..I feel like I have the “splodey head”…daily!

    Ranting – sorry people.

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    • littlelaughters says:

      I always enjoy reading your posts, bleek. Thanks for sharing more about yourself.
      And btw, Oreos are great. 🙂

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    • jello333 says:

      “… seems like it’s got worse…”

      Yeah, me too. I naively thought that Obama being elected would help race relations in this country. No, that’s NOT why I supported him in ’08 (which I’ve apologized for profusely here on many occasions), but I DID think it might be a little fringe benefit. Of course I also thought there was a slim possibility of Klan types making something of a comeback, but on a very small scale that would be FAR outweighed by everyone else. What I NEVER saw coming was just the opposite would occur… that many blacks (and white guilters) would become the new face of racism… now mostly anti-white. And the reason that happened? I lay the blame almost entirely on Obama, Holder, and their ilk. Because without their approval, people like Sharpton and the BLM would never have gained traction.

      But dude, whenever you start feeling down, just come to the Treehouse and you’ll quickly get feeling better. I know it happens to me all the time, but of course I don’t have to deal with the real-life “Oreo” garbage you do, either. Reminds me: If you haven’t, you should check out the YouTube channel of a guy named Tommy Sotomayor… some of HIS “rants” literally bring tears to my eyes.

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    • rhobin8301 says:

      Welcome!

      Read here, learn all you can, and share with anyone who will listen. Volunteer in your local area to help Trump’s campaign, make sure your friends and neighbors are registered to vote and have access to do so…transportation, absentee, whatever it takes.

      Every one of us counts and we are critical to get this done. It is the most important election this country has ever had, we have to save America for our children and our grandchildren.

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      • wondering999 says:

        rhobin, I think bleep has been here at least as long as I have (almost a year now… stumbled across the Treehouse while trying to figure out what had happened to a young woman in Mississippi, Jessica Chambers).

        Bleep, I hear what you are saying. rhobin is right, we all need to try and pull whatever part of this wagon we can. I liked the Florida slogan (“Save your rump, vote for Trump!”) I’m hoping he can turn the mess around.

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      • Buck Weaver says:

        Right. And in his speech tonight, Trump again called us the silent majority, but he went on to say that we aren’t silent anymore. We’re loud. He notices our tweets, and I’m sure he scans the comment sections from time to time, to get a pulse. He appreciates the support, and he said “Please keep it up.” That’s what he wants from us.

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    • Sentient says:

      Bleek21k, I think it’s not only possible he’ll / we’ll pull it off – I think it’s probable. I’m not the first to say this, but it feels like Reagan in 1980. I went to my first caucus here in MN that year and voted for (sorry to say) Geo HW Bush. He seemed more moderate than the others (I also liked Howard Baker, which was weird for an 18 year old). When “Ray Gun” got the nomination, people thought he was too right wing. Carter led all summer and into the fall. Only in the last couple of weeks did people decide that Reagan wasn’t really crazy after all, and that was all it took for them to throw Carter overboard. I expect that to happen with Trump. People will agree with him on most things but be reticent to vote for him because “I can’t vote for Donald Trump, can I?” Finally they’ll stop questioning his viability and just vote for the guy they want. He’ll win handily, IMO.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Believe me, you are not alone, however much it sometimes seems like it. For quite a few years now, ever since Obama came on the scene, I have awakened to each new day with a dread of what I would find out he had done. Now, at least, I wake up looking forward to finding out what Trump has done right, no matter how it looked the day before. Um, you might want to get away from facebook. It can really be a downer. 😦

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      • NCPatrick says:

        You nailed it, aus! Exactly what I’ve felt for almost eight hellish years as I dreaded the daily news of what Obama had done to us!

        This administration has been like a bunch of spoiled, entitled teenagers left alone in a house while parents are away .. then parents come home to find total destruction of the house thanks to their little darlings and their friends.

        This actually happened to my husband and me one year … house wasn’t destroyed, but we did find a knife under our own bed, trash cans overflowing with bottles and one bedroom with a flooded carpet. And yes, we called the police who helped put the fear of God into our brats. We thought we had provided appropriate safeguards against just this type of activity but the kids quickly got around those.

        It is time for the parents in America to come home and take charge again.

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    • JRD says:

      Trump’s going all the way! Believe it.

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    • keebler AC says:

      Don’t let anyone tell you what you should be, think or do because of their own baggage.
      It’s unfair. 😦

      This is your refuge, your safe place 🙂

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    • Janie M. says:

      bleep21k – ‘Hope is faith holding out its hand in the dark.’ ~ George Iles

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    • yohio says:

      Hey bleep21k never let anyone define you, as long as you have charcter, principles, and know your a good person that’s all that matters. This is a good place to come to feel good about things, people here have been great and it truly has been a refuge for me. The gang here does great work and keeps us informed and focused.
      As far as Trump it seems like Reagan to me too. It won’t be easy to get him elected, their will be a lot of shady stuff that might happen, but when he wins it will be that much sweeter and make Trump that much stronger. As far as what you can do it’s like what a lot have said here talk to people spread the message, do your best to turn people get out the vote. I’m older and joined Twitter just because of Trump and I’m having fun tweeting out messages, and articles and anything I can from here and from Trump. I won’t stop until I see him win, but I’m having fun along the way, every rally and every post here. So yes we can do this and look forward to seeing more of your posts.

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    • Marie Rogers says:

      read you every day…admire your spunk and fortitude!

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  22. sunnydaze77 says:

    Well you don’t need my pics to see it was jammin…felt great to spend part of my evening with the future POTUS. The energy in that crowd was amazing, it gave me goosebumps!!
    #TeamTrump

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    • canadacan says:

      The Trump makes me relax he makes me happy. He’s at large and in charge and very very funny. Good for the spirit and the soul. Great sense of theater
      Mr Trump exudes competency. I love it.
      The American Dream and spirit is a phenomenal concept. Unique unto itself and hard to wrap your head around sometimes.
      Trump makes you realize it’s going to be a living breathing reality again

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      • yohio says:

        Two thinks I can’t imagine but wait to see, what he’s going to say to Hillary. The second if he wins the Presidency what he will say to the MSM in press conferences and when he calls out these stupid politicians who won’t support his policies.

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      • canadacan says:

        In my opinion Trump is the doctor that America needs.
        His bedside manner is excellent. And uplifting..
        In some cases laughter is the best medicine.
        Trump laughs at the fools he’s going to take out.Good.
        Turn the tables, marginalize baby marginalize!

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  23. Nanny G says:

    I saw there were three disruptions at this rally.
    I also noted that Trump’s security didn’t let them last long.
    Good.
    Some ignorant woman lost her job today after she tweeted that Worcester gangsters ought to try to kill Trump during the rally.
    http://truenewsusa.blogspot.com/2015/11/massachusetts-black-woman-kalen-rahim.html
    Stuff like that doesn’t make the news, perhaps for good reason.
    But the week of the Paris terror attack I imagine all candidates and elected officials are trying to be more aware than ever.

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  24. mjalbaine says:

    TRUMP is the MAN.

    Did you see that ugly fat protestor? Lol what an ACTUAL loser.

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  25. francesmuldoon says:

    I have no faith in the voting system in that I don’t trust the electronic voting process. Especially in light of the machine being caught changing votes on the fly. So what happens if Trump is leading by a landslide at the polls going into the vote and Bush miraculously emerges as the top vote getter?

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    • yohio says:

      We will know if stuff happens, make sure to record your vote, take pic with cell phone if possible and hopefully Trump will have stuff in place to try to protect against fraud. And pray.

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  26. yohio says:

    No tweets from Trump last night, wonder if not happy protesters got into rally. Strange not to here from him.

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  27. KBR says:

    Some things that I think are important and pretty new:

    On superpacs: “donors control their little politicians” and importantly “some represent OTHER COUNTRIES”

    And we gave “150 billion to Iran.”

    On straightening out our country: We are going to have to “bite the bullet” and get it done.

    On Hillary: “no strength, no stamina”

    On one of his past donations: Gave to “Republican Governors Association”

    On his planned ad campaign: “It’s gonna be so vicious” & “you’re gonna be so proud”

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  28. KBR says:

    Hit post comment before I hit notify me of new comments. So notify me here?

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  29. Marie Rogers says:

    i often think how lucky we are that TRUMP decided to take this herculean project on!
    can you just imagine Americas future if shrillery or jeb won?
    yes indeed. we are very lucky to have him!

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