Trump supporters have each others’ backs. One heartwarming example occurred at President Trump’s Missouri rally on Monday night, when the entire audience sang “Amazing Grace” to comfort a woman who had fainted and required medical attention.
“Is there a doctor in the house please?” President Trump said (via Fox News). Trump stopped the rally for more than 7 minutes to allow emergency responders to care for the sick woman. During this pause, the audience serenaded her with the Christian hymn “Amazing Grace.”
After the woman was taken away by paramedics and President Trump received a signal that she was OK, he commended the audience for their kind gesture.
“I want to just thank everybody for the way you behaved. That was beautiful,” Trump said. “Hopefully she’ll be OK.”
Incredible moment just now. As woman was taken out on stretcher, the crowd started singing “Amazing Grace.” pic.twitter.com/jsL6KCeFwC
— Andrew Havranek (@Andrew_Havranek) November 6, 2018
The event in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, was the third rally Trump held yesterday on his grueling pre-midterm marathon to promote his “America First” agenda.
President Trump, 72, made good on his promise that he will not be outworked by anybody on the campaign trail.
As BizPac Review reported, the Missouri rally was lit because conservative juggernauts Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity attended the event. Their presence electrified the GOP base, most of whom who are huge fans of both Limbaugh and Hannity.
At one point, President Trump even invited Sean Hannity to the podium, where the top-rated Fox News host thanked Trump for his tireless efforts to make America great again.
“I had no idea you were going to invite me up here,” Hannity said. “By the way, all those people in the back are fake news,” pointing to the mainstream media at the back of the venue.
Hannity continued: “The one thing that has made and defined your presidency more than anything else: Promises Made, Promises Kept.’
“4.5 million new American jobs, 4.3 million Americans off food stamps. 4 million Americans out of poverty. And we’re not dropping off cargo planes of cash to Iranian mullahs that chant, ‘Death to America!’ Mr. President, thank you.”
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