President Trump was supposed to hold another awesome MAGA rally in an air hangar in Portsmouth, NH.
Unfortunately, Mother Nature had other ideas.
According toBreitbart News, a storm system has disrupted the President’s plan:
President Trump’s highly anticipated rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, will not take place on Saturday as planned because of a storm coming into the area, the campaign confirmed on Friday.
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The outdoor rally, slated to take place at the Portsmouth International Airport on Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, is postponed due to an impending storm slated to hit the surrounding area over the weekend.
“The White House just told reporters on Air Force One that the New Hampshire rally, scheduled for tomorrow in an airport hangar, will be delayed a week or two because of an impending storm,” CNN’s Kaitlan Collins said.”
CNN also reported on the story:
President Donald Trump's Portsmouth, New Hampshire, rally has been delayed, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Friday.
McEnany told reporters aboard Air Force One that the rally would be postponed a week or two due to the impending storms in the area. The rally was slated to be held outside at an airplane hangar amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump commented on Tropical Storm Fay ahead of his departure for Florida earlier Friday, saying he was monitoring the storm, which is expected to hit the East Coast.
He later tweeted: "With Tropical Storm Fay heading towards the Great State of New Hampshire this weekend, we are forced to reschedule our Portsmouth, New Hampshire Rally at the Portsmouth International Airport at Pease. Stay safe, we will be there soon! .
The worst of Tropical Storm Fay will be through Portsmouth by the time the rally was scheduled to start at 8 p.m. ET Saturday, CNN meteorologist Brandon Miller said. There is only about a 20% chance of lingering showers at that time.
That said, conditions during the day will not be good, with heavy rainfall at times and gusty winds around 15-20 mph.
"The rally scheduled for Saturday in Portsmouth, New Hampshire has been postponed for safety reasons because of Tropical Storm Fay. It will be rescheduled and a new date will be announced soon," campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh said in a statement.
A source familiar with the planning insisted the delay was weather-related.
Trump campaign officials have been in contact with the White House since this morning, reviewing a forecast warning of thunderstorms with lightning on Saturday morning.
While the skies are expected to clear by the time Trump takes the stage, officials were concerned about rally attendees who line up and would begin filing onto the tarmac in the morning, the source said. They decided it would be a safety issue to have crowds lining up for the rally with the threat of lightning overhead."
The President's detractors, however, have found yet another way to spin the official explanation for the postponement:
It is not known how many attendees were projected to attend, however it is well established that many parts of New England will be affected by the storm system.
One reason why the numbers are likely not being projected is because of the rise of fake registrations to attend being done by those who don't really support the President:
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Despite the smaller attendance being overhyped by the media, thousands still attended the Tusla Rally.
5 people could show up and still beat the number at a Biden event.
I've seen nothing but reporters and dust bunnies attending those.