President Trump Fires Up Voters in Nashville, Tennessee

President Trump held a MAGA style rally in Nashville, Tennessee this evening.

It was one of those spectacles that the President has become famous for as he stumps across American in an effort to keep his supporters as excited, animated, and active as possible.

His trip to Tennessee was primarily an effort to get Trump voters in Tennessee to behind Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn’s (R-TN) Senate bid. Blackburn faces a tough challenge in her race for the Senate as she squares off against popular Volunteer State Democrat, Phil Bredesen, who has led in all of the polling done thus far.

Here’s the full replay of the event:

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As always there were some wonderful quotable moments from the President, and Twitter was abuzz with a full run down of some of the President best moments.

On Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Nancy Pelosi (D-CA):

On American Know-How:

On the terrible Iran Deal:

On Jay-Z making Trump look GOOD in comparison:

On needing Tennessee voters to help America keep winning:

President Trump may be the greatest cheerleader to ever occupy the Oval Office. He sure knows how to fire up a crowd.

Hopefully, efforts like this will help drag Marsha Blackburn and other GOP candidates in tight races over the finish line and onward to victory.

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