It sure looks to me like President Trump’s popularity and support is stronger than ever!
And as usual, I base that on what my EYES see.
And they see tens of thousands of people turning out for this man anywhere he goes!
Bigger than most rock stars!
Here is Toledo:
Here are more details on the event, from local WTOL:
As you have most definitely heard by now, President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are coming to Toledo - and we're sure you have lots of questions.
We're here to answer them all.
How to get in
First, the basics: the president will be at the Huntington Center for a "Keep America Great" rally at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 3 p.m.
If you haven't gotten your ticket yet, register for yours here right now. We say register because tickets for the event are free. Free is always good, right?
Expect for that since tickets are in fact free, entry is not guaranteed. It's on a first-come, first serve basis, and once the Huntington Center reaches capacity, tickets will no longer be accepted.
Huntington Center officials say they anticipate up to 1,000 people will line up 24 hours before the event.
As you can imagine, there are going to be some road closures for the president's visit. To save you confusion and a major headache, here's how to get to (or around) the rally.
The ONLY entrance to the rally will be at the Aquarium off Huron Street. The bridge entrance from Port Lawrence Garage and the entrances on Madison and Jefferson Ave. will all be closed.
All streets around the Huntington Center will be closed by at least 10 a.m. on Thursday, but could be closed earlier. Those streets include, but aren't limited to:
- Madison at St. Clair
- St. Clair at Jefferson
- Jefferson at Huron
- Huron at Madison
There will be no street parking around the Huntington Center.
You will have access to all garages downtown, but access will be limited, and Toledo officials say it will be difficult to get in and out of the area.
Give yourself extra time to get there if you're attending the event, or plan an alternate route if you're trying to get around it.