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Where Trump Is Still King
Where Trump Is Still King
His campaign is imploding, his poll numbers diving. But at Donald Trumps rallies, nothing has changed.
By Seth Stevenson
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WILKES-BARRE, PennsylvaniaAfter a dismal weekend marked by leaked audio about vagina grabbing, a deluge of defections from Republican officials, a snorting and incoherent debate performance, and some deflating poll numbers, Donald Trump went to Pennsylvania as planned for a rally in Wilkes-Barre on Monday night. So I followed him, thinking I might find his core supporters feeling weak in the knees. Instead I discovered an arena full of deplorablesunbowed, undiscouraged, standing by their ogre of a candidate.
Very little had changed since the last time I visited a Trump rally, back in the primaries. Outside the venue, a woman dressed as Trump led a woman dressed as Hillary around by a metal chain attached to a neck shackle.
Inside, a man wore a T-shirt that read, Shes a cunt. Vote for Trump. The crowd began to chant CNN sucks! all on its own, before anyone had even prompted it to. A solemn recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance bled into USA! USA!, which morphed into that old standby: Lock her up! Lock her up!
Scanning the mob of several thousand as best I could, I counted fewer than 10 nonwhite people. (Id seen nearly as many nonwhite folks at the gas station a few blocks away when I filled up my tank.) Every speaker up on stage was white. Chris Cox, the 48-year-old founder of Bikers for Trump, began his remarks by crowing, You might remember us from Cleveland, at the RNC, where we stood toe to toe against Black Lives Matter. He later added a pun that delighted the gathering: At least were not a basket of deportables.
When Cox rejoined the crowd, I asked him how he felt about the elected Republicans whod distanced themselves from Trump in the past day or two. They will be weeded out, he said. When Donald Trump is elected, theyll be the first to go. The people are taking over the Republican Party.
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