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Dr Phranq Tamburri (Trump Report), and Tim Picciott (The Libertarian Advisor) will be at the Trump Rally in Phoenix, AZ this afternoon/evening and will be calling Ernest with updates, sending pictures, etc...
Videos from Tim Picciott, at the Trump Rally...
PICTURES FROM THE RALLY...
During and after Trump spoke, protesters outside integrate with Trump supporters leaving the Convention Center after the event ended. No major violence or clashes seems to have occurred, and the Phoenix Police handled the situation well. Here are some pictures of a vendor outside the event - he is a black Trump supporter selling he wares:
Signs seen outside Trump Rally:
Dr. Phranq Tamburri (The Trump Report) says there are thousand and thousands of protesters outside the event getting all whipped up ready for Trump supporters to exit the event:
Pictures from outside the rally - protests:
Ben Carson Speaks:
Dr. Phranq Tamburri (The Trump Report), on his way back from Oregon (where he went to view the solar eclipse) gets back to Phoenix and heads straight for the Trump Rally in downtown Phoenix, but not before he gets a glimpse of Trump's Presidential Plane (parked at Sky Harbor International Airport - PHX):
Tim Picciott - as close as you can get:
Tim Picciott - front row view:
Biker's for Trump:
Diehard Trump Supporters:
Trump's plane lands in Yuma, AZ:
One of the Infowars Reporters: (BELOW)
Here are some articles about Trump's visit to Phoenix, and the rally's and protests that are expected to take place...
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Political leaders and law enforcement officials in Arizona are on high alert ahead of President Trump's campaign rally Tuesday night in Phoenix.
The big question is whether there will be more supporters of Trump inside the Phoenix Convention Center, which holds 29,000, or protestors outside.
Trump's response to the violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., has become the biggest controversy to date of his presidency
The Phoenix rally, as a result, has become an opportunity for Trump's opponents to show their force.
Some GOP leaders, such as Gov. Doug Ducey, are steering clear of the rally entirely.
Trump is moving ahead with the event despite a plea from Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, a Democrat, that he stay away.
Stanton said in a statement that he is "disappointed" that Trump would hold a campaign rally while the nation "is still healing from the tragic events in Charlottesville."
Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said in a statement that her force will have "maximum staffing during the visit."
The department is "working 24/7 with our partners to ensure all of our resources are in place," Williams said.
Stanton said the city is committed to keeping everyone inside and outside the arena safe.
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08-22-2017 • AZCentral.Com
Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams makes an announcement on Facebook ahead of President Donald Trump's visit to Phoenix for a rally on Aug. 22, 2017. Phoenix Police Department
The visit, which is his first to Arizona as president, is expected to draw massive crowds of supporters and protesters.
The event will likely be similar to campaign-style rallies that have become part of his routine. Here's what you need to know whether you want to get inside to support the president or demonstrate outside.
How to get inside the rally
Demonstrators participate in a march in support of President Trump in Phoenix on Saturday, March 25, 2017. (Photo: Ben Moffat/The Republic)
Attendees must register to obtain tickets, but registration does not guarantee entry, which is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Register at donaldjtrump.com/rallies/phoenix-az. Doors will open at 4 p.m.
Anyone hoping to get inside will need to get in line hours ahead of time at the Phoenix Convention Center. Rally attendees often show up first thing in the morning and wait all day.
In so many words, you will have to take the day off of work or school.
What to bring
Be prepared to stand outside for a long period of time. The weather forecast for Tuesday is mostly sunny with a high of 102 degrees. Consider bringing:
--- Snacks and a lot of water.
--- Cash. This will make it easier to buy Trump merchandise such as T-shirts, hats and pins, as well as snacks from any food vendors on the street.
--- Wear comfortable shoes.
--- A phone charger or an external battery. You don't want to be stuck with a dead phone as soon as Trump takes the stage.
--- A sweater or second layer if you are easily cold. It will be scorching outside, but it's usually brisk inside the center.
--- An exit plan. Coordinate with whoever is attending with you on where/when to meet up in case your phones die, cell service cuts out, or there is an emergency.