Trump Touts Saturday’s Pennsylvania Rally Saying He Has “Plenty To Say”

On Saturday evening, Donald Trump will preside over a rally in the state of Pennsylvania. Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza is the location of the rally, which is taking place in Luzerne County. It is anticipated that Trump will begin his speech at 7:00 PM EDT.

Alongside him will be candidates for the United States Senate and the House of Representatives in the state of Pennsylvania: State Senator Doug Mastriano, who is running for governor, Dr. Mehmet Oz, and Jim Bognet. Trump has expressed support for each and every one of the candidates.

This will be his first rally since the invasion of Mar-a-Lago, which took place a few days ago.

According to an article in the Pocono Record:

State Senator Doug Mastriano, Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania; Dr. Mehmet Oz, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate; and Jim Bognet, Republican candidate for U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania's 8th Congressional District will join President Trump at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza.

The Wilkes-Barre rally is being billed as "a continuation of President Trump's unprecedented effort to advance the MAGA agenda by energizing voters and highlighting America First candidates and causes," according to Trump's Save America PAC.

Trump announced his attendance at the gathering by posting on Truth Social that he will have "Much, Much, Much to say."

The Social Truth:

On Saturday night, there will be a HUGE rally in Pennsylvania. Already there are crowds gathering. There is a lot, a lot, a lot to say. Don’t miss it!

On Tuesday, Joe Biden held a rally in Pennsylvania, but he was unable to draw enough people to fill a high school gymnasium.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on THE GATEWAY PUNDIT.

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