Trump Pence Pennsylvania rally
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Trump and Pence during the rally at Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania, December 10, 2019.
The Giant Center is filled to capacity for President Trump's rally tonight.

Hundreds weren't able to get in for the president's speech in Hershey. The bridge connecting the Giant Center to the Hersheypark lot was jammed pack with hundreds and hundreds of Trump supporters decked out in red hats and some in red, white and blue apparel.


Some seemed to be disappointed that they could not get in. Others were just as festive as they were when they arrived earlier this afternoon.


A giant monitor is set up in the parking lot in front of the Giant Center where a crowd still waits to watch President Trump. Vendors are still waiting with their hats, banners and buttons for crowd members as they leave after the president's speech.



Timothy Florio came all the way from Shenandoah, Pa. He said he and his family were in line at 3 p.m. but it was not early enough to get in. His son is a US Marine just home from his deployment and he was hoping his son could see the president's speech. When Florio saw Trump in Wilkes-Barre, he said it was a life-changing experience.


"He has a tremendous amount of support in Pennsylvania," Florio said.

And even though he had to leave early, Florio said that just shows the president's appeal ahead of the 2020 election.