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Rally In Support Of President Trump Scheduled For Saturday


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A large contingent of President Donald Trump’s supporters will be gathering at the Neshaminy State Park in Bensalem this weekend.

The gathering set for noon at 3402 State Road in Bensalem is being organized by People4Trump, a local Trump advocacy group led by Newtown Athletic Association owner Jim Worthington.

The rally is purely in support of Trump, a Republican businessman who had no experience as a politician before winning the election in November. According to Worthington, there is no other motive for the gathering.

“[This is] not in opposition to anyone or any other group, political or otherwise,” Worthington said.

Instead of being in opposition of other groups, Donald Trump’s supporters are coming together in total support and to celebrate the positivity of things to come from the new administration.

“The silent electoral majority will go out to make sure the president knows we are still here and that we have not given up on the ‘Make America Great Again’ ideals,” Worthington said.

Originally, a demonstration was being considered for the administration’s 100th day in power, but because of all of the opposition, March 4 was chosen as the date for nationwide demonstrations to show support to the president.

There will be speakers for the hour-long gathering, but a list won’t be finalized until the day before the rally.

According to Worthington, part of the importance of the rally is getting the word out that there is still work that needs to be done.

Trump recently held a rally in Florida to pump up supporters in advance of his campaign for president in 2020. Over the past few weeks, campaign emails asking for donations have been sent to supporters throughout the country.

“Maybe the millions of people who voted to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN should have their own rally,” Trump tweeted recently.

As of Wednesday, more than 1,000 people had signed up to attend the Bucks County rally.

Those interested in attending can RSVP here.


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Erich Martin

Erich Martin attended Bucks County Community College for two years where he was the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Centurion, the college newspaper. Erich is currently attending Temple University in order to complete his degree in Journalism. Erich was recognized at the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association Foundation’s Keystone Press Awards in 2014 for general news. In downtime, Erich enjoys spending time with friends and family. Aside from spending time with family and reporting news, Erich loves getting engrossed in a great game, book, or movie.