Were you there? President Donald Trump spoke in Milwaukee Tuesday night at a packed UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. Some supporters of the president even camped out overnight to attend.
Two friends of RightWisconsin, Rohn Bishop and William Jaeck, were also there. According to Jaeck, the feeling of the crowd was “electric.”
Here are some photos they shared along with comments, as well as some Twitter posts from a few others.
Jaeck spoke with a few of the people waiting outside on video:
Video by William Jaeck
Photo by Rohn Bishop
Photo by Rohn Bishop “At the President’s rally in MKE! We were able to snag a front row, so Reagan will be able to see all of it.” – Bishop
Photo provided by Rohn Bishop
Photo by William Jaeck “As a volunteer (an usher) to President Trump’s rally on Tuesday I had a unique experience interacting with many attendees. It was a sellout crowd with 10,000 seated, 500 standing, and another 1,000 outside watching on a Jumbotron.” – Jaeck
Photo by Rohn Bishop of Sen. Ron Johnson addressing the crowd.
Photo by Rohn Bishop “The president!” – Bishop
Photo by William Jaeck “The folks I met called themselves Republicans, Conservatives or simply Americans. Many preferred no labels at all. When our Senator Ron Johnson spoke he asked for a show of hands as to how many of you were attending a Trump rally for the first time? An amazing one third raised their hands …. which really surprised me. There were also many young adults in attendance.” – Jaeck
Photo by William Jaeck “The crowd throughly enjoying themselves as they did ‘the wave’ and openly laughed several times with President Trump as he went off script. For example, he joked about the over reach of energy efficiencies of light bulbs, dishwashers, sinks, cars and toilets. This was pure entertainment the audience appreciated.” – Jaeck
Photo by William Jaeck “In conclusion there was (and is) a special connection our President has with his audience that made it a truly enjoyable evening. ” – Jaeck
Photo of Vice President Mike Pence by Sen. Duey Stroebel (R-Cedarburg) posted on Twitter.