This is going to be Yuge. Stay Tuned.
I seriously doubt Trump gets the same kind of hostility that Bill and Hillary Clinton got last week in West Virginia.
“We’re excited to have Donald Trump come to West Virginia, to see our state firsthand and sort of share in the story of West Virginia,” said his state campaign Co-chair Mike Stuart. “We’re excited, we’ve got the Civic Center; this could well be the largest political rally in the history of the state of West Virginia.”
Trump campaign officials say those who want to attend the Thursday rally will have to get a ticket. They will be available at the campaign’s website donaldjtrump.com at no charge.
“What I would urge folks to do is let’s show Charleston in the best light we can,” Stuart said. “When Donald Trump is president, we want to make sure we have a partner in the White House that will be here many times to help us build West Virginia.
Stuart said that Trump now considers himself the presumptive GOP nominee, and foreshadowed another visit to a different part of the state before primary day.