An estimated 8,000 plus supporters showed up at a Trump rally in Florida, with thousands left outside that could not gain admittance to the event. PLEASE TAKE NATIONAL POLLS AND PETITIONS. YOUR OPINION MATTERS Results Are Sent To Congress - Let Congress Hear Your Voice
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Meanwhile Hillary Clinton spoke at Temple University the same day in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was reportedly attended by less than 200 people. At the event targeted to millennial voters she acknowledged a need to court the youth vote, according to local NBC10 News. Clinton’s campaign launched “Pennsylvania Millennials for Hillary” aimed at showing support for boosting youth economic opportunities and dealing with college debt.
By way of further comparison, Hillary Clinton held a rally at the University of South Florida on September 6 that drew a 1,500 person crowd, according to the Tampa Bay Times, while a September 9 rally for Trump in Pensacola drew 12,000, according to WTSP10 News.Trump declared that those wanting to come to America must love the United States and Americans during his Monday afternoon rally near Fort Meyers.
Chanting broke out in the crowd in response to Trump: “U.S.A., U.S.A., U.S.A.”
After a brief pause Trump began clapping for the crowd and said of them, “What amazing people.”
“Ya know Florida, I think we’re gonna win by a lot. We’ll win by a lot,” declared Trump.
“I can say this, when Hillary comes in, she has very small crowds. That I can tell you. And I hope the press is covering the size of this arena and the crowd here and the thousands that are outside … Which they’re not. Which they’re not,” Trump said.