(Tea Party PAC) – On Tuesday evening, the streets of the small town of Wildwood, New Jersey lined up to catch a glimpse of the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.
They loudly cheered as the presidential motorcade approached the Wildwood Convention Center for a rally at which thousands watched outside on a Jumbotron because the 7,500 seat venue was packed to the brim.
Nearly 160,000 ticket requests were received by the campaign, according to statistics released on Tuesday night by campaign manager Brad Parscale.
Wildwood has been swamped for days with enthusiastic Trump supporters, some of whom began lining up outside the convention center a full 48 hours before the event began!
The rally was held to show support for Rep. Jeff Van Drew, a former Democrat who switched to the GOP last year in reaction to the absurd partisan impeachment sham.
Van Drew’s reelection campaign has been endorsed by Trump.
The rally took place just hours after the president’s formidable impeachment defense team finished their arguments on Capitol Hill.
The president flew Air Force One to Atlantic City and then boarded Marine One to fly to Wildwood.
— Action News on 6abc (@6abc) January 28, 2020
Marine 1 departing AC International Airport, with President Trump, on its way to the Wildwoods Convention Center for tonight’s rally. pic.twitter.com/78aXrHOzmu
— Walter Perez (@WalterPerez6abc) January 28, 2020
Crowds lined up to catch a glimpse of our historic president.
— Dan Scavino (@DanScavino) January 29, 2020
🇺🇸 — WATCH: President Trump’s motorcade arriving at the Rally in Wildwood, NJ pic.twitter.com/imtaVSXDVy
— ®️BELAAZ (@TheBelaaz) January 29, 2020
— Amy S. Rosenberg (@amysrosenberg) January 29, 2020
— Chris Franklin (@cfranklinnews) January 29, 2020
— News12NJ (@News12NJ) January 28, 2020
Here’s the overflow crowd in Wildwood, NJ outside the convention center.
— Tim Murtaugh – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TimMurtaugh) January 29, 2020
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) January 28, 2020
Thousands of people went to extreme lengths, and waited in an extremely long line, to see the president in Wildwood. Here's what it looked like. pic.twitter.com/F2bypK9Pxd
— NJ.com (@njdotcom) January 29, 2020