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Trump Set for Enormous Wildwood Rally, as 100,000 Demand Tickets to Event

The Democrats have every right to be concerned about their chances in 2020, and this is precisely why.

It truly is difficult to envision a path to victory for the Democrats in 2020.

Not only have they spent the last several months dragging each other through the proverbial mud, but they are attempting to take on a cultural giant in the incumbent Republican President.

Trump isn’t just a politician at that point; he’s more akin to a leader of a movement for many.  He’s an enigma to some, and to others he’s just the sort of guy you don’t want to be up against…you’d much rather have him on your side.

And, as the 2020 elections gets into full swing, everyone wants a chance to see what the President is going to say next.  That’s why over 100, 000 Americans have already RSVP’d to Trump’s upcoming New Jersey rally.

Democrat-turned-Republican Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-NJ) announced that 100,000 people are looking for tickets to the rally, which is being held at the Wildwoods Convention Center, a 7,500-seat venue, reported.

“It’s exciting. And I’m proud to say for this event — of all the events President Trump has done — we’ve had the most ticket requests,” Van Drew told Fox News on Sunday.

The last time a president visited Wildwood was in 1891 when Benjamin Harrison traveled to the area.

Trump and Van Drew are slated to appear together at the rally at 7 p.m. on January 28. Trump’s re-election campaign announced this month he was coming to Cape May County to hold a rally in support of Van Drew.

The sheer size of the demand for tickets should be alarming enough to the still-infighting Democrats, but to think that this fervor exists in the historically liberal northeast should be downright terrifying to those looking to carry the leftists’ torch in 2020.

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