Last Chance to MAGA in NC? President Trump Returning to Fayetteville for Thursday Rally

FAYETTEVILLE  – President Donald Trump has been barnstorming through swing states in the final days of the 2020 campaign, and he’ll bring the MAGA tour back to the Old North State for what could be the last North Carolina stop for the Republican candidate before election day.

The event will be held at the Fayetteville airport, per usual, beginning at 6:30 PM Thursday. You can get tickets here.

Trump was last held a Fayetteville rally in September, in his first campaign event after the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Since then, the president nominated, the Senate confirmed, and Justice Clarence Thomas swore in a new, and solid Supreme Court Justice in Amy Coney Barrett; contracted the coronavirus, and beat it with remarkable quickness; knocked the second debate against Joe Biden out of the park; and garnered tens of thousands of supporters at swing state MAGA rallies through out the country.

If you’ve never been to a Trump rally, the experience is worth the wait, and Fayetteville on Thursday could be your last chance before election day. You’ll want to show up early, as every one of these MAGA rallies tends to attract overflow crowds that wait for hours to get in. More than 20,000 people attended rally in Gastonia just days ago, according to the Secret Service. A similar crowd is not out of the question this Thursday in Fayetteville.

The rally is being held less than a week from election day, of course, but also in the midst of an exploding scandal implicating Joe Biden in a giant corruption scheme in which the Biden family, with ‘The Big Guy’ at the top, was paid millions by foreigners like Ukrainian mobsters and Chinese communists.

It will undoubtedly be a rally to remember, so get your tickets here.

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