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Crowd Chants “Joe’s Gotta Go!” At Trump’s Rally In Nebraska


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Trump’s rally in Greenwood, Nebraska was energetic as always.

After canceling his rally on Friday due to an extreme weather advisory, Trump rescheduled his rally to Sunday where he was met with a pumped-up crowd.

At one point during Trump’s speech, the crowd started to chant “Joe’s Gotta Go!”.

Just take a look:

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The crowd started to make the chant as soon as Trump said that Biden was an embarrassment to the United States.

1011 Now had these details to share about Trump’s agenda in Nebraska:

President Donald Trump spoke at his “Save America” rally Sunday at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood.

Trump’s rally was in support of Nebraska gubernatorial candidate Charles Herbster.

The I-80 Speedway in Greenwood is about 36 miles southwest of Omaha.

The rally was originally scheduled for Friday, April 29, but was delayed due to severe weather. Supporters started lining up at 10 a.m. Friday, some of them opting to camp out at the site overnight Thursday.

“I hope it’s not fake news that we had to make this decision,” Herbster told the crowd already gathered for the event.

Thousands came out for the rescheduled rally on Sunday, and chanted “USA” as the former President took the stage.

An hour into making remarks, Trump mentioned why he was there – to support Charles Herbster. He invited Herbster on stage with him.

“I think Charles is going to do very well, and if he does, you’ll be very happy and you’re gonna have an even more prosperous state, we’ve made it very prosperous, and I really think he’s going to do just a fantastic job and if I didn’t feel that, I wouldn’t be here,” Trump said.

I think we can all agree with the crowd, Joe’s Gotta Go!



 

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