Former President Donald Trump’s first post-presidential rally is set to get underway Saturday evening in Wellington, Ohio, marking a return to his signature campaign-style events that have tended to attract droves of eager supporters and fire up his base.The rally, sponsored by the Save America movement, begins at 7 p.m. at the Lorain County Fairgrounds, with tickets required to attend and doors opening for the event at 2 p.m., according to a notice on Trump’s official website.
Some rallygoers started lining up days before Saturday’s event, reflecting the kind of enthusiasm Trump supporters have shown around prior rallies.
“It’s been crazy,” David Arredondo, chairman of the Lorain County Republican Party, told The Epoch Times about the pre-rally buzz.
“People are coming in from all over the country for this. This is exciting for us.”