What happened in Trump’s Ohama Rally? Previous President Donald Trump hosted a rally near Ohama, Greenwood, Nebraska, on 29th April 2022. He appeared at Eppley Airfield just before Election Day.
He’ll deliver a speech from the I-80 Speedway between Omaha and Lincoln at 8 p.m. The event’s special guest speaker will be Republican gubernatorial candidate Charles Herbster, whom Trump endorsed in October.
Due to allegations from Julie Slama and many other anonymous women, the Republican candidate for governor of Nebraska lodged a defamation lawsuit against Nebraska State Senator Julie Slama. She countersued on Monday.
As per Herbster, he is excited to join President Trump on stage to address how he fought for Nebraskans as president and how he intends to do the same as governor of Nebraska.
Herbster is competing for Governor Pete Ricketts’ seat in a highly contested primary against eight other contenders. Ricketts, who was elected in 2015, is not allowed to run for reelection due to term restrictions.
What To Know About Trump’s Ohama Rally?
Herbster is expected to speak at 5 p.m, Thursday’s list of “special guest speakers” also includes Kellyanne Conway, who was present while Herbster announced his run last April; Mike Lindell, the inventor and CEO of My Pillow; and CPAC chairman and producer of a conspiracy film blaming Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for Trump’s failed re-election, who also represents as the president of Citizens United.
Retailers and supporters began setting up and prepping for the rally at the I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, roughly 36 miles southwest of Omaha, on Thursday afternoon.
One of the many vendors, Nancy Kopka, mentioned that she wants to make the world a better place. She a Wisconsin native and her husband recently retired. They’re now selling customized t-shirts during Trump rallies.
All they need to do is spend time touring or doing anything meaningful, something genuinely essential, including passing the word out that all is not gone and that they have to pitch in and become engaged.
Hundreds of fans lined up in the parking lot of the I-80 Speedway on Thursday afternoon.
Kathleen Freeberf agrees that she is eagerly looking forward to Friday’s Trump event. Freeberg and her spouse tour across the country entire in their camper. They took a detour to attend the rally while driving to Illinois to visit family. Freeberg explained that it was on the way, and they had the time. She wonders how she will get front-row seats?”
A large audience is expected to attend the rally, with the majority of guests being locals.
Danny Thompson, a Papillion resident, arrived at the Speedway on Thursday afternoon in the search of getting a parking spot. He said he was thrilled since he skipped Trump the first time when Trump was at Eppley in 2020, He wasn’t able to be there, and everyone only receive about a week’s notice for these events.
He wants to America great once more.” The event parking lot will open at 8 a.m., and the event site will open at 3 p.m. Trump is scheduled to address at 8 p.m.