Trump has been hitting the campaign trail like a boss, commanding massive crowds unlike Hillary’s pathetic tiny crowds.
Donald Trump supporters packed into the Freedom Hill outdoor amphitheater in Sterling Heights, Michigan and once again the turn out was absolutely AMAZING.
Take a look at this crowd!
— Students for Trump (@SoCal4Trump) November 7, 2016
Leonard N. Fleming and Chad Livengood at The Detroit News report that Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton are in a fevered battle for Michigan’s 16 electoral votes. Trump’s rally in Sterling Heights follows a day of campaigning by former President Bill Clinton, who visited Flint, Lansing and Metro Detroit for his wife.
David Cross, a 47-year-old mechanic from Algonac, said he has been on board with Trump’s White House candidacy since Trump descended an escalator at his Trump Tower in New York.
“When he came down and said, ‘I want to make America great again,’ I bought it because I think it was truthful,” Cross said. “He does want to make things better and drain the swamp in Washington and all of the corrupt crap that they’re doing.”
The crowd at Freedom Hill was filled with potential voters wearing Trump-themed clothing and the red “Make America Great Again” hats that have symbolized the New York real estate mogul’s outsider appeal.
Sarah Beebe, 29, said she believes more younger women like her will side with Trump than pollsters have found through surveying likely voters.
“I don’t vote with my lady parts, I vote with my brain,” said Beebe, an emergency medical technician from Port Huron. “I feel like Trump will win the silent majority, especially with women because he has daughters, he’s married, he does respect women and I believe he will be a champion for all of us.”
The stadium’s covered 4,400 seats were filled before 5 p.m. Trump supporters started to take seats in the lawn, which has an official capacity of 3,700.
TAKE A LOOK!!!
CHECK THIS OUT!
View of the crowd watching Trump tonight in Michigan pic.twitter.com/8Hsibo968U
— Chris Snyder (@ChrisSnyderFox) November 7, 2016