This is absolutely incredible to see!
President Trump held a rally in Freeland, Michigan, and during his speech, the crowd started chanting “we love you” and “four more years”.
Trump responded and said, “don’t say that, I’ll start to cry”.
Check out the awesome video below:
Michigan crowd chants "WE LOVE YOU" & "FOUR MORE YEARS" pic.twitter.com/jarAvitub7
— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) September 11, 2020
Fox News wasn’t quiet and reported this:
President Trump’s speech during a rally on Thursday in Freeland, Mich., was briefly interrupted by supporters who chanted, “We love you,” while the president was at the podium.
Trump, who is famous for rarely showing emotion, could be seen taking a step back from the rostrum while he seems to collect himself. He tried to make light of the moment and pretended to wipe away tears over the crowd’s gesture.
“Don’t say that,” he said. “I’ll start to cry and that wouldn’t be good for my image. We don’t…you don’t want to see me cry.”
Trump told the crowd that a similar chant broke out during a recent stop in North Carolina.
The Washington Examiner added these details:
Supporters of President Trump gathered at a Michigan rally started a chant of “We love you,” prompting a warning from the president that he might cry if they don’t stop.
“Don’t say that. I’ll start to cry,” Trump said after the Michigan crowd began chanting, “We love you.” “That wouldn’t be good for my image. You don’t want to see me cry.”The airport manager at the hangar where Trump addressed the crowd said 5,000 people were expected to attend, but preliminary estimates guess that rougly 10,000 people were in attendance.
Trump wasn’t the only one campaigning in Michigan.
Joe Biden was in Michigan too.
He didn’t receive a warm welcome instead Trump supporters greeted him saying “Four more years”.
MICHIGAN MAGA: Joe Biden Lands in Michigan, Is Greeted by Giant Crowd… of TRUMP SUPPORTERS https://t.co/KvqYqmbYtu
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) September 10, 2020
— Pat Ernityleave (@WardDPatrick) September 9, 2020