Former President Donald Trump to speak at event in Austin – Riverside, California

Riverside, California 2022-05-14 11:30:41 –

The former President will speak on May 14th at the American Freedom Tour stop in Austin.

Austin, Texas — Former US President Donald Trump will stop in Austin in May.

Playing cards Free American Tour We will stop by Austin on May 14th. This event will be held at the Austin Convention Center.

Former Presidents include son Donald Trump Jr., conservative speaker Kimberly Gilfoil, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Dinesh D’Souza, Kevin Sorbo, and Ted Nugent.

Only 5,000 seats are available. Workers at the Austin Convention Center said KVUE participants began lining up at 5:30 am on Saturday.

According to the release, Austin Leg on the tour will be the sixth stop for dozens of upcoming rallies nationwide. Another stop for the tour is planned for June 18th in Birmingham, Alabama.

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“Our country’s border crisis in Texas is getting worse, thanks to Biden’s decision to cancel Title 42. Americans want to hear President Trump’s America-the first message ever. “We are,” said President Chris Weidner of the American Freedom Tour.

Trump finally stopped in Lone Star when he held a rally in Conroe in January 2022 as part of his Save America tour. There he criticized President Joe Biden for the situation in Ukraine and the withdrawal of the United States from Afghanistan.

Trump also visited Austin 2019 Tour the facilities used by Apple.

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