Just like her father, Ivanka Trump knows how to have a massive rally.
A long line of Trump supporters showed up to Ivanka Trump’s Make America Great Again Rally in Sarasota, Florida.
Many lined up hours before Ivanka even stepped foot on stage.
Just take a glipse at these massive lines below:
— Pam Bondi (@PamBondi) October 27, 2020
Dozens of people have made their way in but dozens more are standing in line outside of Nathan Benderson in hopes of getting in just in time to hear Ivanka Trump. @mysuncoast pic.twitter.com/FPS9Ci1PxF
— Daniela Hurtado (@DaniCHurtado_) October 27, 2020
The Herald-Tribune added these details on Ivanka’s rally in Florida:
Ivanka Trump visited Sarasota today to campaign for her father President Donald Trump. She held an event at Nathan Benderson Park this afternoon. This is the last full week of campaigning before the Nov. 3 election.
First daughter Ivanka Trump says the Republican Party is the party of the America dream. The Democratic platform she says will transform it into a socialist country.
“There is only one choice in this election. Mr. Donald J. Trump,” she said.
Ivanka literally had more people show up to her rally than Joe Biden and Kamla Harris combined.
Photo on the left is the massive line of people waiting to see Ivanka Trump today as she campaigns for her dad in FL. Photo on the right is Joe Biden at an event in GA today 🤦♀️ pic.twitter.com/RovRoyUhVE
— Just Me Twilight Us (@Twilightus) October 27, 2020
The Daily Mail chipped in too:
Ivanka Trump returned to Florida to stump for her father, President Donald Trump, at a ‘Make America Great’ again rally in Sarasota for her last full week of campaigning before the election.
‘I’m so excited to be back in Florida. I am headed to an amazing ‘Make America Great’ again rally in Sarasota. Always great to be here campaigning for President Trump and here just generally,’ she gushed in the clip, which she shared on her Instagram Stories.
‘Voting has started, so get out and vote,’ she added. ‘Vote early, vote now, bring your friends. So important.’
President Trump’s eldest daughter also posted footage of the crowd cheering and shouting, “Four more years!’ as she walked through the park.
Ivanka Trump: "We want a culture where differences of opinion and respectful debate are encouraged, not canceled." pic.twitter.com/NLgRZTni5R
— The Recount (@therecount) October 27, 2020