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How many people attended the MASSIVE Trump Rally in Perry, Georgia? Check it out

Photo "Donald Trump" by Dan Scavino

Photo "Donald Trump" by Dan Scavino

In a statement, the GOP leadership said “up to 50,000 people” attended the rally in Perry, Georgia. More than 10 million people watched online live streams of the event as well, the GOP said.

Former President Donald Trump held the largest political rally in Georgia history, the state Republican Party said Saturday.

We have estimated the crowd at 45,000 people. “The Republican Party is committed to fighting for the people of Georgia and the United States and we are thrilled that President Donald Trump joined us in jumpstarting our campaign to take back the House and Senate. It’s not easy to break fundraising records, but it’s important that Republicans have the resources we need to challenge the Democrat Party and the socialist agenda that is being forced on the people of Georgia.

“I am thankful to everyone who helped make Saturday such a great and historic night for the state of Georgia, especially our donors and President Trump, who continue to make Alabama a priority. This really is just the beginning of our fight to restore America.”

President Trump Will Headline MAGA Rally in Perry, GA on September 25th, 2021

Herschel Walker, candidate for United States Senate from Georgia, in addition to Congressman Jody Hice, who is running to replace Raffensperger as Georgia Secretary of State, as well as Georgia State Senator Burt Jones who is running for Georgia Lt. Governor. Already addressed the massive rally this Saturday.

Dan Scavino, Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff & Director of Social Media & the Current: Advisor to the 45th POTUS will shortly share the photographs from Georgia National Fairgrounds, 401 Larry Walker Pkwy, Perry, GA 31069. So you can also estimate the crowd status by yourself. Also, get ready for the Next Trump Event in Iowa (President Donald Trump Will Headline Save America Rally in Iowa on October 9th, 2021). If you guys missing some Trump Merchandise check our Trump store here on Amazon.

FAQs

When is the Trump rally in Georgia?

Trump Rally in Georgia will be on Saturday, September 25th, 2021 

What is the timing of the Trump Georgia Rally?

Doors will be open at 2:00 PM and Trump will address the HUGE crowd at 7:00PM EDT.

What is the Venue for the Trump Georgia Rally?

Trump will address the crowd at Georgia National Fairgrounds, 

401 Larry Walker Pkwy, 

Perry, GA, 31069

Tell me something about Upcoming Trump Rallies?

On the 25th of September Trump will address the Georgia Rally and on October 9th, 2021 Trump will headline the Iowa Rally, which will be updated soon on our website.

What is the schedule/timeline for the Donald Trump Georgia Rally? 

Schedule/Timeline of Trump Georgia Rally Events:

2:00PM – Doors open and Live Entertainment Begins

5:00PM – Pre-program Speakers Deliver Remarks

7:00PM – 45th President Donald J. Trump Delivers Remarks

What is MAGA?

Make America Great Again!

Does anyone know what county in Georgia the rally is?

Perry is a city in Houston and Peach counties in the U.S. state of Georgia. And the Trump Rally will be held there.

How to Watch Trump Georgia Rally Online on Internet?

You can watch this complete event on RSBNs FacebookYoutubeRumble Official Handles. Just visit their channel on any of these social media platforms and watch live coverage of Trump Rally GA.

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