SANFORD, Fla. – Thousands are expected to attend a campaign rally Tuesday afternoon for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at Orlando-Sanford International Airport.
Trump supporters arrived in Sanford very early Tuesday, more than 12 hours before the rally, which is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. at Million Air Orlando. Several slept in their cars in the parking lot of the airport, hoping to get a good spot to see Trump later in the day.
News 6 will livestream the rally on ClickOrlando.com.
The campaign stop comes on the heels of a zigzag trip for Trump across Florida, a state many see as a must-win for the White House.
Trump appeared on stage in Tampa on Monday night, hugging the American flag as he greeted his supporters.
“The FBI is investigating Clinton, or as I would call her, ‘Crooked Hillary,'” Trump said.
At the Casselberry Library, one of the busiest early-voting locations in Seminole County, two Trump supporters held a sign urging voters to cast their votes for him.
“The next president of the United States, right here!” shouted one of them. “Go, Donald!” shouted another.