The last Donald Trump rally I attended was in New Hampshire in February. There was a slow, steady freezing rain. It was uncomfortable. But compared to the 100-degree heat that Trump supporters in the thousands braved to see his rally outside of Las Vegas, that was nothing. But the sweating didn’t seem to dampen anyone’s enthusiasm, not just for the Trump, but for the cops and firemen the crowd regularly cheered whenever they saw them.
The news in Nevada is that it is in play. Although Hillary won its six electoral votes last time around, the Silver State is in the Trump campaign’s sights as a potential pickup. If you ask anyone in attendance at the Xtreme Manufacturing plant in Henderson Sunday night, the victory is as close to a sure thing as Nevada can provide. The Trump fan is nothing if not optimistic, and after all, they have had good reason to be.
Mary and Thomas drove five