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AMERICAN GREATNESS: Trump Embarrassed By Rally’s Empty Seats

by Jessica

Former President Donald Trump recently addressed what he perceived as inaccuracies in the reporting of crowd sizes at his rallies, attributing the discrepancy to the “Lamestream Media,” as reported by Media Ite.

In Trump’s signature style, characterized by sporadic capitalization, he explained, “Many times when I’m making a Speech, which is always sold out with lots of people not being able to get into the Arena or Venue, the Fake News will watch people come down from the rafters (bad seats) onto the floor—nearer the stage.”

He continued, “As soon as this happens, the Lamestream Media starts taking pictures of these once fully occupied areas and seats, and then come out with a story—’ Trump Arena wasn’t full’ or, ‘Trump didn’t have a Sellout’—When they know that is not true. They say it without fail!”

Trump asserted, “The fact is, thousands of people get sent away, we never have empty seats because we’re selling a product people want—AMERICAN GREATNESS!” He concluded with a call for the media to acknowledge the movement he believes he leads, emphasizing its importance for the country’s well-being and criticizing media outlets for what he perceives as a lack of credibility.

This focus on crowd size is not new for Trump, who has a history of contesting reports on attendance, including those related to his inauguration in 2017. The then-White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, staunchly defended the inaugural turnout, leading to a memorable and widely mocked moment in the early days of Trump’s presidency.

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