Rush Limbaugh Opens Up "Electric" Kick-Ass Trump Rally Monday Night
Rally Filled To Capacity At 7500 With Overflow
By: Jake Fogg
President Donald Trump held a star-studded MAGA rally in Cape Girardeau, MO on Monday evening, finalizing his tour prior to the mid-term elections. His purpose, to support Senate candidate, Josh Hawley was obvious, but the event was meant to be heard by the United States as a whole—this was about “keeping the country great.”
The first ten minutes opened up with the most successful talk-radio host in history, Rush Limbaugh who it kicked off, but the president had an entourage of media celebrities and high profile people within his administration with him following it up as perhaps one of his more stirring rallies of the mid-term season.
Among the people that the President praised and introduced were Fox News Commentators Sean Hannity and Judge Jeanine Pirro; White House Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders; White House Counselor, Kellyanne Conway; RNC Chairman, Ronna McDaniel; and Country Music legend, Lee Greenwood who sang his famous song “Proud to be an American”.