Trump Supporters Camp Out in Cold Rain Over Night for Topeka Rally – THOUSANDS Line Up in Rain to See Trump (Photos, Videos)

Trump supporters camped out over night in the cold and rain for the rally the President will be holding Saturday night in Topeka, Kansas, for Republican nominee for governor Sec. of State Kris Kobach and 2nd Congressional District candidate Steve Watkins who is running to succeed retiring Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins. The rally will be held at the Landon Arena at the Expocenter. Over 20,000 tickets were requested and given out for the 10,000 seat arena. An overflow area with a giant screen TV has been set up for those who can’t get in.

Photos and video by attendees and reporters shows the massive, enthusiastic crowds lined up for the Trump rally. One local media report stated supporters started lining up at 4 p.m. Friday for the 6:30 p.m. CDT rally on Saturday.

The rally is set to be a celebration of the hard fought Senate confirmation Saturday afternoon of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.


Team #RedNovember is starting to arrive at the Topeka, Kansas Expo Center. Real Americans wanting to be part of Kansans…

Posted by Virginia Crossland-Macha on Friday, October 5, 2018

From early Saturday morning:

This real time video shows the massive line as of Saturday afternoon.

A recent photo of the line. CNN reporter Sarah Westwood observes,

Pictures don’t do it justice, but there are a lot of folks waiting in some very long lines to get into Trump’s rally here in Topeka. With hours to go til it starts — and it’s cold outside too.”

More photos and videos from reporters and attendees.

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