RNC Chair Sums It Up as Trump Supporters Flock to FL Rally: ‘No Democrat Can Match That Enthusiasm’

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Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel summed up the amount of support President Donald Trump is already getting ahead of his campaign kickoff rally in Florida.

Droves of people started lining up in Orlando, Florida, nearly two days in advance of Trump’s Tuesday rally, where he will officially launch his 2020 presidential re-election campaign, including some “former Dems” who camped out to “support” the president, as IJR Red previously reported.

The president touted the large amount of support for his re-election rally, claiming that there were “over 100,000 requests” for tickets to the event in a tweet Monday morning.

The president is not the only one jazzed up for the rally on Tuesday.

McDaniel — the niece of the 2012 Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) — took to Twitter to highlight the large number of supporters coming to see the president speak.

In a Monday interview on Fox News’ “Outnumbered Overtime,” the RNC chairwoman told host Harris Faulkner that “not one candidate on the Democrat side” could bring in the same amount of support as Trump and that “there is nobody who brings more energy to the American people” than the president.

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“No Democrat can match that enthusiasm!” McDaniel tweeted.

McDaniel went on to show off more of the support coming the president’s way, retweeting a video by the Trump campaign’s national press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, on Tuesday showing a line of people camped out for the launch.

Additionally, the RNC chairwoman retweeted a picture of two buses full of Trump supporters heading for the rally from Miami, saying it was “so awesome!”

“Democrats simply don’t have the energy or the message to win,” she wrote in another tweet ahead of the rally. “In 2020, we will join millions of Americans to get out the vote [and] re-elect President [Donald Trump]!”

McDaniel added a linked to a recent op-ed she penned in the Orlando Sentinel brandishing the president’s accomplishments while in office, such as how he “delivered once-in-a-generation tax cuts” and “revived the manufacturing industry,” as well as outlining how the Republican Party will keep ahold of the White House.

Her tweets come as Trump prepares to officially launch his presidential campaign on Tuesday in Orlando. His campaign launch comes a week before the first round of the Democratic presidential primary debates set to be held June 26 and 27, an event he is reportedly going to live-tweet during.

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Fred
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Keep drinking the Kool Aid!

James
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WHAT do you mean the Democrats can’t match the enthusiasm of the Trump supporters? Didn’t Smoochy Biden just draw a YUGE CROWD of some 85 people at his latest rally? [Guess the DNC ran out of money to pay people to attend.]

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