Watch Trump Wilmington Rally Live Stream: The former president will soon return to Wilmington and hold a “Save America” rally at Wilmington International Airport’s Aero Center on September 23.
Previously Trump’s daughter-in-law, a Wrightsville Beach native, Laura Trump, hosted a campaign event in Wilmington in October 2020 before the presidential election in November. The Trump family also visited the port before Donald Trump designated it the country’s first World War II Heritage City.
In the rally, Trump is expected to support local candidates for office, including ted Budd competing for the senate seat. The former president intends to provide his support to the “entire North Carolina Trump Ticket” at the rally as his support is still highly sought after by the contenders.
Watch Trump Wilmington Rally Live Stream
We will be live on the scheduled date, and you can watch once the stream starts.
Trump Wilmington Rally Schedule Parking and Timing
The event will take place on September 23 at 2 p.m. at the Aero Center in Wilmington, located at 1830 Flightline Rd. Parking lots and the registration desk will be open at 8 a.m., but entry to the rally won’t be possible until 2 p.m. At 7 o’clock, Trump is slated to address. Before Trump, other speakers will start speaking at 4 p.m., including Budd.
How to get Tickets for Trump North Carolina Rally
Please visit www.donaldjtrump.com/events to sign up for tickets. Please remember that purchasing a ticket does not ensure admission to the event and that general admission will be required for all seating. Here the step by step guide how to book tickets for Trump Wilmington Rally.
Guest Speakers for Trump North Carolina Rally
The guest speakers were announced on Tuesday and will be speaking at the 23rd September rally.
Theodore Paul Budd, better known as Rep. Ted Budd, is a Republican who is running for the U.S. Senate in North Carolina in 2022 to succeed retiring Republican Senator Richard Burr. He is an American businessman and politician representing North Carolina’s 13th congressional district since 2017.
Budd received Trump’s support on June 5, 2021, in Greenville at the North Carolina Republican Convention and defeated Democrat Cheri Beasley in the Republican U.S. Senate primary in May. Polls indicate that Beasley and Budd have been tied for the past month, and 12% of voters are still unsure who to support.
Lt. Governor Mark Robinson will Speak at Trump Wilmington Rally
American politician Mark Keith Robinson has been North Carolina’s 35th lieutenant governor since 2021. He is the first African-American to hold the position and a member of the Republican Party. He succeeded Republican Dan Forest after defeating Democratic contender Yvonne Lewis Holley in the 2020 race for lieutenant governor. He has promoted numerous Conspiracy theories and made many inflammatory statements throughout his political career.
Rep. David Rouzer will speak at Trump Wilmington Rally
American politician David Cheston Rouzer represents the 7th congressional district of North Carolina. Before that, he served as a Republican in the North Carolina General Assembly, representing Wayne and Johnston Counties in the state Senate’s 12th district. Rouzer worked as a legislative assistant and senior policy adviser for U.S. Senators Elizabeth Dole and Jesse Helms from 1996 to 2001. He unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for North Carolina’s agriculture commissioner in 2000.
Mr. Bo Hines will Speak at Trump Wilmington Rally
Former collegiate football player Robert “Bo” Hines is an American politician from North Carolina. He participated in collegiate football for the Yale Bulldogs and N.C. State Wolfpack. He is the 13th congressional district of North Carolina’s Republican nominee for the House of Representatives.
Chairman Michael Whatley will Speak at Trump Wilmington Rally
Michael Whatley, a native of Watauga County, North Carolina, currently holds the position of Chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party following his election at the NCGOP State Convention in 2019. Whatley had positions as a senior official in the George W. Bush Administration, a federal law clerk, and the chief of staff for U.S. Senator Elizabeth Dole, a Republican from North Carolina. The latter currently works as a partner at the energy consultancy company HBW Resources.
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