Trump Shares Photos of MASSIVE Crowd that Came to See Him in PA

Wednesday evening, President Trump shared photos of the massive crowd that greeted him in Pennsylvania.

In case you missed it, here is a video of the entire high-energy event.

Most polling shows Biden ahead of Trump in Pennsylvania, but if crowd size is any indication, perhaps the polling could be wrong.

From FoxNews

President Trump focused on the economy at a fiery rally at the Energy Aviation Hangar in Montoursville, Pennsylvania Monday evening, just two days after 2020 Democrat presidential frontrunner Joe Biden held his own campaign rally in nearby Philadelphia.

And Trump caustically reminded the hometown crowd that the Biden — who was born in Scranton, Pa. — quickly took his political career to neighboring Delaware.

“And don’t forget: Biden deserted you,” Trump said as the rally wrapped up. “He’s not from Pennsylvania. I guess he was born here, but he left you folks. He left you for another state. Remember that, please. I meant to say that. This guy talks about, ‘Oh, I know Scranton.’ Well, I know the places better. He left you for another state, and he didn’t take care of you, because he didn’t take care of your jobs. He let other countries come in and rip off America. That doesn’t happen anymore.”

The pivotal battleground state could determine the next occupant of the White House. But on Monday, the president was largely in town to campaign on behalf of Republican Fred Keller, who faces Democrat Marc Friedenberg in Tuesday’s special election to fill the U.S. House seat formerly held by Republican Rep. Tom Marino, who resigned in January.

Trump called the vote “crucial” and “a little bit of a referendum” on his presidency, and reminded the audience that pollsters had predicted he would lose the state in 2016. Keller, who walked off Air Force One with Trump, spoke briefly at the rally, saying he appreciated Trump showing his “support for the hardworking people of Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District.”

Voters in the heavily GOP district overwhelmingly backed Trump over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, helping Trump narrowly win the state overall.

Monday’s rally reflected the district’s enthusiasm. At one point, Trump invited a man up to the stage wearing a “MAGA hat” and a jacket decked out in a wall pattern, as the crowd chanted, “Build the wall!”

And a deafening chorus of “Lock her up” broke out the first time Trump mentioned Clinton.