Tuesday, October 11, 2016

In Ambridge, Pennsylvania, Trump supporters of all genders, races and political persuasions were dressed in Trump shirts and hats, waving signs and doubling-down on their decision to vote Trump-Selena Zito, NY Post, 10/10/16

10/10/16, Ambridge, Pa/

Above, 10/10/16, Trump rally in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, "Donald Trump waves a Steelers 'terrible towel' at a rally in Ambridge, Penn., an industrial community near Pittsburgh." Getty

10/10/16, "Massive crowd greets Trump at first rally after video, debate," NY Post, Selena Zito

"There is scant evidence that Donald Trump’s Western Pennsylvania supporters have lost their gusto for the billionaire Republican presidential nominee.

At least not in suburban Pittsburgh’s Beaver County, where at a Monday rally at the Wright Field House at Ambridge High School the line to attend his rally stretched for several blocks along Duss Avenue.

Supporters of all genders, race and political persuasion were dressed in Trump shirts and Trump hats, waving signs and doubling-down on their decision to vote Trump.

Nancy Ersly, an accountant from neighboring Sewickley — an affluent Pittsburgh suburb — said she could not wait to hear what the “next President of the United States” had to say, “My support for him has only gotten stronger,” she said in the wake of a video tape revealed Trump’s aggressive, vulgar comments about women in 2005.

Ersly said she wasn’t happy with it, “But we knew what we were getting into with him, he is not a politician, never has been, he is a change agent in a change election,” she said....

Trump was greeted by a massive crowd in this classic Rust Belt town.

Many stood in line for hours to attend his Columbus Day rally — the Fire Marshall capped the gym at 2,600 inside the gym, outside in the school parking lot several thousands watched on a giant JumboTron.

“We got here at noon,” said Janet Hartley, 55 who was still five blocks away from the school was 90 minutes before the event began.

Her husband Ron, 54, a self-employed mechanic and life-long Democrat, said he switched for Trump because it was time for something different, “I am tired of the Clinton’s, sneaking and lying and corruption,” he said."...


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