JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — President Trump’s flame is still burning bright in western Pennsylvania.
An estimated 10,000 people showed up Tuesday for an outdoor rally at John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport.
Mr. Trump’s fans — decked out in MAGA hats, MAGA face masks and Trump T-shirts and hoodies — said they were thrilled to see Mr. Trump back on the campaign trail after he was sidelined for nearly two weeks after catching coronavirus.
“Why would we not support Trump? Everything he’s about, we’re about — about law and order, about pro-life, about Second Amendment. It’s a laundry list of things that Trump supports that are right on key with us,” said A.J. Urban, 37, a corrections officer.
The massive rally was Mr. Trump’s second outing since emerging from quarantine Monday.
Johnstown and surrounding Cambria County is a crucial bastion of support for Mr. Trump in southwest Pennsylvania. He captured 67% of the vote in the county, massively outperforming 2012 Republican