President Trump MAGA Rally, Chattanooga Tennessee – 7:00pm ET Livestream…

For the second midterm MAGA rally of the day President Donald Trump heads to Chattanooga, TN, for a rally at McKenzie Arena. The anticipated start time for President Trump is 7:00pm ET, with earlier speakers and events ongoing.

UPDATE: Video Added

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490 Responses to President Trump MAGA Rally, Chattanooga Tennessee – 7:00pm ET Livestream…

  1. bertdilbert says:

    Watched Bohemian Rhapsody at the theater this morning at 9 am so I could get in both Trump rallies. Great movie (the gay parts were minimal thankfully).

    When Queen played Wembley Stadium at the Live Aid concert, they left no doubt who was the most entertaining rock band of the day.

    That is what Tuesday is going to be like. Trump is going to leave no doubt who is the king of politics.

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  2. History Teaches says:

    I hope all tne Rush detractors recognize his authenticity in support of the President.

    Not to say that I don’t have objections to some of his views, attitudes and style. But he had been a lonely vouce fighting for conservative values for decades when talk radio as we know it was in it’s infancy. He was unabashed criticizing the clinton and obama administrations at tne height of their lovefests withe tbe MSM. Not to mention all the hot button issues. And an astute destroyer of the MSM.

    We know the President called Rush ‘the smartest man in America’ early in his term, and some of his philosophy and attitude seem to expand on tbings Rush has discussed over the years.

    Rush though was too loyal to a core of influential Rinos, in politics and outside. I think that tempered his public comments. But since late in tne primary season he has been a steady and outspoken supporter. Not a rabid partisan, but a major interpretor of the daily fake news narratives.

    So it’s nice to see that he will atually make a public appearance. Same with Hannity, though Rush think is the more influential figure.

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  3. Payday says:

    PDT spoke with more of an air and confidence tonight that I haven’t seen before. I don’t know how to describe it exactly, but it’s like he knew. He knew we were going to win on Tuesday. BIGLY! Like he has just buried the opposition.

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  4. vladdy says:

    I’ve just got that tingly feeling…

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Ausonius says:

    The odds are that the Good Guys have seen their own internal polls…and are pleased, but are taking nothing for granted! Hence the three rallies tomorrow, and the blitz of rallies in the past months.

    Certainly early voting statistics – as detailed by FLEPORE here at the Conservative Treehouse – look extremely good, but never forget FRAUD, especially in e.g. Michigan (against future Senator John James and others) , Nevada, and elsewhere, will need to be countered by a bigger Republican turnout. How much of a factor is fraud? When a few hundred votes decide a Congressional election – or a presidential one – the percentage does not need to be high!

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Maybe 45 will squeeze in MI 2

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    • L4grasshopper says:

      If the early voting analyses are as we hope they are, then Tuesday is going to be a good day.

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    • Suzanne says:

      Add governor of Georgia to that list of places ripe for massive fraud. If you recall all the recounts when Franken was elected… each time they recounted the Dims got a better idea of how many votes they had to “miraculously” had to find. When the halfrican won in 08 115% of the eligible voters in Indianapolis alone voted. Then there was Allen West.

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    • Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

      Remember in 2016 when the Green Party candidate demanded a recount in Michigan? When they started counting in Detroit there were “certain anomalies” and they quickly stopped counting. Election officials will be watching like hawks come Tuesday and John James will be elected to the US Senate, replacing the lefty Debbie Stabenaw.

      These rare Sunday rallies were a delight. As a former NFLaholic … didn’t watch a minute of football today and didn’t even think about it until a few minutes ago. 🙂

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    • Your Tour Guide says:

      Georgia. Bring out your dead!! The state where
      Cynthia McKinney stops by graveyards to thank
      her former voters.

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  6. hard masada says:

    These are NOT what the old mid-term crowd size of the past but they appear to be the NORM for the Trumpian Conservative crowds

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  7. Sunshine says:

    ”And I’m proud to be an American” song… Really wonderful singer and song.
    I’m a Canadian and shamed. Us, Canadians, most of us through our Canadian dishonest media of which CBC have ripped us of all notion of patriotism.

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  8. Sammy Hains says:

    A few observations about this election and past midterms.

    Republicans always outperform the polls/media predictions. Always.
    This midterm feels most similar to 2002. It has the same component of Democrat anger, entitlement, and overreach.

    Republicans lost in 2006 because they had no issues. They didn’t even try. They played right into the “do nothing Congress” label by, well, doing nothing. The biggest agenda item Republicans had was a law banning the sale of horse meat, because Bo Derrick rode a horse on the beach in a movie in the 80s. The biggest story for weeks was Mark Foley. It felt like a funeral march to Election Day. Bush was incompetent and didn’t even try defending himself anymore. The economy was cooling and Iraq was spiraling out of control. Bush’s 2nd term legacy so far was Hurricane Katrina and Harriet Miers. 2018 looks nothing like 2006.

    2014, Republicans “defied the odds” and beat the polls (as always) despite having no unity. The GOPe knee-capped Tea Party candidates, and Mitch McConnell was on the ballot, literally and figuratively. But Republicans held their noses and voted, and took back the Senate despite all odds.

    This time, we have the driving issues of Kavanaugh and the Caravan. And we have President Trump who has brought unity and energy to the GOP, and is doing all of the heavy-lifting for the entire Republican caucus. When Republicans gain seats in the Senate, and pull out a win in the House, all of the credit will go to President Trump.

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  9. Julia Adams says:

    When I opened the TruNews.com link to watch the replay of the Chattanooga MAGA Rally, I was anticipating an intro of the President like so many of the others have been. When I saw Lee Greenwood step up on stage, stand next to Pence and start singing an then President Trump appeared, I was overwhelmed with tears of joy. The crowd was super pumped!

    The respect Lee Greenwood showed for Trump and Pence was a tribute to our President and VP.
    I am still crying with emotion. Let’s do this America—VOTE!

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    • Julia Adams says:

      The video is also on YouTube at 1:42:00 advanced: https://youtu.be/nhOqG4-Ry3M

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    • Amy2 says:

      Me too! Pretty good for 76! He sang at a Bush rally that I took my then 12 year old daughter to. It was awesome, and btw, a full stadium in St. Pete BUT not anywhere NEAR what we see at PDT rallies! I took my daughter again in 2016 to see candidate Trump in St. Augustine. It was packed; we found a spot in the grass just outside and listened. Still awesome!!

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    • lexie2007 says:

      I attended the rally tonight, it was amazing! I’ve have watched nearly every rally Trump has had and have dreamed of going to one. I always had to work when he was close in the area. Even though I physically didn’t feel my best I was in the massive line at 10am. The atmosphere was welcoming, people were so happy it was like a huge family gathering. It was indescribable to see Trump/Pence together, a rare occasion in itself. But when Lee Greenwood the man himself sang the iconic song we patriots love so well, it was a moment I will never forget. It was so worth the long hours to be there. I feel so blessed.

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  10. Donna in Oregon says:

    Chatanooga Choo-Choo Trump Train. Loved every minute of it.

    New to his rally speech, POTUS called the Caravan “INVADERS”. Pointed straight at the Fake News and gave them a good slap right to their ugly, Socialist/anti-American MSM faces. 🙂

    Thank you President Trump for calling it like you see it, and always keeping it real!

    Love our President more and more every day.

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  11. CountryDoc says:

    He is sounding less ego-centric about “his” programs, less “I”, “Me” and much much more of what “we have accomplished in this presidency”. He is a true leader and getting better. Makes us proud of “our” work, (which is true, we voted for him), but he had to win our trust, even after we elected him. Instead of making himself the center of attention, he is endearing the crowds, the citizens, and the voters. He is handing us back our government. “We” the people, feel a new hope, a new path, and new power that we haven’t felt in a long time. I haven’t felt this empowered in a long time. We just have to build some consistency and stable history of winning now.

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    • Marc says:

      But the truth is, these were HIS ideas and programs and not others in the administration. Straightforward Pres. Trump tells the plain truth and doesn’t bs to make people feel good about supporting him. A person that accomplished a lot in life and knows how to sell himself tends to say ‘I’ a lot because he’s being honest.

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  12. Derek Young says:

    Pardon me bros, is that the TrumpDeporta Choo Choo?

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