Donald Trump Rally, Fayetteville North Carolina – 7:00pm Livestream…

Tonight Donald J. Trump is holding a rally in Fayetteville, NC at the The 10,000 seat Crown Center Coliseum.  The event begins at 7:00pm EST

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273 Responses to Donald Trump Rally, Fayetteville North Carolina – 7:00pm Livestream…

  1. kinthenorthwest says:


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  2. I wanted too opine Trump is Brilliant! Stopping at the One of the LARGEST US Forces Base’s in N.C.,, (Fayettnam) was nothing short of a Act of Brilliance!

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  3. james23 says:

    Trump on with Hannity now in Fayetteville, NC.
    He is terrific in these smaller settings.

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  4. zephyrbreeze says:

    What is Obama Pajama Boy’s approval rating in the military? I think it’s about 15%.

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  5. wheatietoo says:

    Trump on Hannity right now….Town Hall setting, whole hour devoted to Trump.
    It’s like a Trump rally!
    Packed room, audience seems to be all Trump fans.

    Anyone else watching this?
    So far it is great.

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  6. zephyrbreeze says:

    If we have another terror attack – and the odds are that we will – more people will see what the rest of us see.

    I didn’t realize that the American who died in the terror attack in Tel Aviv was a West Point graduate and a vet. Biden made a strongly worded statement.

    Trump sees the terror tsunami about to engulf us from Iran to N. Korea to ISIS. Hold on, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.

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  7. goingsunny says:

    Just got home from tonight’s rally. What a blast!

    When we got to the Crown Coliseum complex, a couple of staffers asked us if we wanted to go see the Hannity town hall (in the Arena across the parking lot from the Coliseum) but we declined because we didn’t want to miss the rally. The doors opened 4 pm (3 hours before the rally), and there was a very long line at about 3 pm when we got there. We wanted to seat but it was reserved. People were seating all around the section directly behind the stage, but they were not allowed to take up seats behind the stage (someone was directing them away from those seats). We could have got on to the floor seating area directly in front of the stage, but the chairs were not very comfortable so we moved to the regular seating area behind the press box, across from the stage.

    Everyone had a good time, even during the times protesters showed up. A group of 4-5 young protesters (one looked like 15 year old) with home made signs, walked down the ramp next to where we sat. My husband saw them make their move from a few rows above us, and he stood up holding up MAGA sign to block their signs. Several people around us held up their MAGA signs too, and chanted USA USA USA. The police and sheriff deputies were very quick to react and ushered the protesters out of the coliseum.

    The coliseum was setup to hold 12k (with the floor seating area) according to one of the guys giving directions in the venue. By the time Trump started talking, the venue was about 90% full. My husband thinks there are about 10k-11k people there. Many families with kids, millenials and seniors in the crowd. Active duty and retired military and their families as well. Good representation of blacks, latinos and asians in the crowd. The early speakers emphasized that we’re all Americans, and the crowd erupted. The whole rally atmosphere was similar to a rock concert in intensity.

    Anyway, I’m wore out now. It’s been a full day – we left the house at noon and early voted before proceeding to the rally, and didn’t get home till almost 10pm. But we’re both glad that we went.😀

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  8. goingsunny says:

    “We wanted to seat but it was reserved.” should read —
    We wanted to seat behind the stage but it was reserved.

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  9. goingsunny says:

    I forgot to mention — Diamond and Silk also spoke at the rally and brought the house down.😀 Though they didn’t mention that they’re just from another town over. Many people in our section don’t know who they are.

    Also, Eric Trump spoke briefly and introduced his wife, Laura, who’s from Wilmington NC. At the mention of Wilmington, everyone cheered loudly.😀

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    • lmg says:

      It’s safer for them not to mention where they are from. I think their real names are already out there. The internet is full of crazy, hateful people.

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    • BuckWeaver says:

      Great report, Goingsunny,

      As I read it I started to wonder what I would have chosen if I had to choose between the rally or the live Hannity taping. Hard choice. I’m glad you got to go.

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      • goingsunny says:

        Well, we deliberated for a couple of minutes, but we decided to just go to the rally and not the town hall because we can watch Hannity when we get home (if we feel like it). Almost everyone who attended the taping made it to the rally (a big group of people poured into the coliseum about 30 minutes before the start of rally), but they had to seat in the nosebleed sections.

        We were in a very good section, lower section (just behind floor seating/press box), among a lively group of people. Half of the people in our section are young (early 20s), and several young families with kids.


  10. mark4trump says:

    Hilarious complaint from a relative who lives in Michigan. He is upset that he couldn’t get into the rally in Cadillac, Michigan. He had tickets but the crowd was too big. He told me he went to a Carson rally and it was all very civilized.

    I told him Trump’s rallies almost always have to turn away thousands. And if he wanted a civilized rally he should wait till Jeb! Runs again and go to one of his rallies – but better bring a pillow because its going to be boring.

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