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As Trump faces uncertain future, so do his signature rallies

Posted On: Oct 30, 2020   |   Posted By: My Sanantonio

LITITZ, Pennsylvania - They began to arrive more than 40 hours before President Donald Trump took the stage in this stretch of rural Pennsylvania where horse-drawn buggies remain a common sight. By 10 p.m., a small group had set up an overnight camp on lawn chairs as a cold drizzle set in.
“I am the crazy Trumper,” declared Kyle Terry, 33. He had been the first to arrive at the IMAX parking lot - at 8 p.m. Saturday for a Monday afternoon rally, his fifth of the fall. “I love it. I've been having the most fun of my life. And I really just don't want this to stop."
As President Donald Trump faces an uncertain future, so too does a fixture of the American political scene over the last five years: the Trump campaign rally, a phenomenon that has spawned friendships, businesses and a way of life for Trump's most dedicated supporters. His fans have traveled the country to be part of what they describe as a movement that could outlive his time in office.
Some have attended so many rallies they've lost count,...

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