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“It’s Personal” – Trump Supporter Chokes Up Outside Walter Reed Hospital


Thousands of Americans gathered outside Walter Reed hospital to show their support for President Trump.

One of the attendees, named Anna, almost began crying when talking about President Trump.

She said:

Donald Trump had the courage and backbone, despite persecution, to speak for us and have commonsensical stances on major issues that we were not represented with.

So the least we can do, when he’s suffered so much to represent us, is to come out here and let him know that the love for him is so great.

She then began to choke up and almost began crying.

It's personal.

Anna emphasized that having a leader give you a voice is an incredibly personal thing.

And Anna is exactly right.

President Trump speaks for us.

All of us!

See her moving and emotional interview below.

Grab a tissue!


Talk about a true bond with voters.

The American people truly LOVE President Trump.

Breitbart has more details on this incredibly moving story:

Americans gathered outside Walter Reed Medical Center on Saturday night to show support for President Trump after he tested positive for the coronavirus.

A woman named Anna told Breitbart News she attended the prayer rally because the president spoke up for Americans when they could not speak for themselves.

“Donald Trump had the courage and backbone, despite persecution, to speak for us and have commonsensical stances on major issues that we were not represented with,” she said.

“So the least we can do, when he’s suffered so much to represent us, is to come out here and let him know that the love for him is so great and we don’t always have the media megaphone, like hatred does. But we’re enormous. We love him,” Anna explained.

President Trump announced Friday that he and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for the virus, according to Breitbart News.

However, the president wrote in a tweet Saturday afternoon that he was “feeling well!” and he praised the hospital staff members who were caring for him.

“Doctors, Nurses and ALL at the GREAT Walter Reed Medical Center, and others from likewise incredible institutions who have joined them, are AMAZING!!!” he said.

At the rally, Anna told Breitbart News that what President Trump had done for the American people was “personal.”

She continued:

To give someone a voice is a very personal thing. It’s one of the greatest gifts you can give someone, and he’s given half of our country that. It’s personal. The love for him is personal, and when people attack his presidency they attack my voice and my vote, which is my most sacred freedom as an American. So this is personal. I consider him family at this point… Trump 2020.

Anna also expressed her gratitude to the president for his willingness to fight hard for the American people.

Indeed, we are all thankful that the President continues to fight for us!

See more incredible footage of the pro-Trump crowd that has gathered at Walter Reed.

This is why the media is scared.

They know that the people LOVE President Trump.

And the people are showing up big time.

The Daily Mail confirms that thousands are showing up at Walter Reed:

Supporters of President Trump gathered outside of Walter Reed Medical Center to wish him a fast recovery after he was diagnosed with COVID-19, as dozens joined for a boat rally in Florida to support him in New York City.

The last several days have proved unpredictable for the Trump administration as they battled both illness and dwindling poll numbers just one month before the contentious November election.

It was confirmed early Friday morning that Trump and First Lady Melania tested positive following several days of campaign rallies and Tuesday's debate with Joe Biden in Cleveland, Ohio.


People wore 'Make America Great Again' paraphernalia, waved campaign signs and hoisted Americans flags.

One man brought a handmade 'get well' sign decorated a small photo of Trump, two stuffed animals and a campaign ball cap.

Although a few attendees wore face coverings, including one man who had a gas mask, not everyone seated outside the medical center did so - underscoring the president's laissez faire approach to pandemic-era CDC guidelines that have seeped into his base.

'It’s always beautiful to see the president, it’s always beautiful, even with this type of circumstance,' Eleni Dorian, who drove from Washington D.C., told NBC Washington.

'He’s going to be ok because God’s in control. I’m sending prayers his way.'  

The night before, Trump attempted to connect with the growing number of supporters outside of Walter Reed Medical Center by sending them chocolates.

According to Fox News Anchor Laura Ingraham, Trump had learned of his dedicated supporters while inside his medical room and sent out Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to hand out the candy.

Footage taken by Twitter user @DPotcner showed Meadows carrying a chocolate-filled bag as he approached the cheering crowd.

When asked, Meadows told the small crowd that Trump was 'doing well,' 'in good spirits' and 'loves America.'

Additionally, alt-right conservative Jack Posobiec said someone from California had Domino's pizza delivered to the crowd.

After his diagnosis, Trump boarded onto Marine One on Friday night and was transported from the White House to the medical center some 30 minutes away.

Throughout Friday, reports on Trump's diagnosis ranged from 'mild' to 'moderate,' and his supporters sighed an air of relief when physician Sean Conley offered a positive update.

'This morning, the president is doing very well. The team and I are extremely happy with the progress the president has made. He's been fever free for 24 hours and we are cautiously optimistic,' Conley said at a press briefing.

We continue to pray for President Trump and the First Lady.


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