Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will visit Anderson Monday. The rally will be at the Civic Center at 6pm with doors opening at 4pm. The event, sponsored by the Anderson County GOP, had to be moved from T.L. Hanna High School because of the expected crowds.
Organizers tell our coverage partners at the Independent Mail they’re expecting up to 6000 people, which would break a civic center record.
It’s free to the public, but if you go, you will have to stand.
Over the weekend, Donald Trump and Jeb Bush continued to spar over the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, and Trump’s suggestion that former President George W. Bush was responsible.
Trump didn’t attend an event at a Texas megachurch in suburban Dallas on Sunday. A half-a-dozen republican presidential hopefuls were there. Candidates declared their unwavering support for “religious liberty” even after the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage and their defense of life in abortion cases and beyond.