Trump Rally Overnight Stake Out in Wilmington Starts 12 Hours Before Event

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Thousands of Donald Trump for President rally-goers came out to support their candidate in Wilmington, North Carolina this week, some for many hours.

This man told reporter Molly Oak that he had been lined up since 11 p.m. the night before, capturing the number one spot in line and held out hope of getting a selfie with Trump:

These two young Trump supporters told Oak that they got in line around 7 a.m.:

Students for Trump posted this inside view of the rally crowd:

Images of rally-goers lining up for the rally showed up online capturing young and old along the way, many waiting several hours, others chanting together:

Jenna Johnson of the Washington Post tweeted this image of the front page of the local StarNews — one headline reading, “Trump rally today: Expect a big crowd”:

WECT reporter, Nadine Maeser, posted this image of some of the patriotic rally-wear:

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