What to find out about Trump’s New Hampshire rally this week

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What to find out about Trump’s New Hampshire rally this week

President Donald Trump is headed to marketing campaign in New Hampshire this week. Here’s what you should find out about his upcoming rally.

When and the place

The rally is scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, on the Southern New Hampshire University Arena in Manchester. The area holds as much as round 12,000 individuals, in accordance with its web site. It is positioned at 55 Elm St.

How to attend

All attendees must do is register for the occasion on Trump’s marketing campaign web site and ensure their tickets by way of textual content. Each cellphone quantity can solely register for 2 tickets.


The SNHU Arena doesn’t having parking on website. The venue’s web site says parking is offered in any respect metropolis meters, parking garages, and parking tons. This map of downtown Manchester reveals parking choices.


Joe Biden’s marketing campaign advised the Union Leader they’re organizing a protest throughout Trump’s rally.

The paper reported the occasion, referred to as “Stand Up to Hate” might be from 6 to 9 p.m. on the Portland Pie Co. restaurant simply down the road from the world.

The New Hampshire Progressives for Justice are planning a separate protest, in accordance with the group’s web site. Their rally is scheduled from 4 to 7 p.m., and protesters will meet on the nook of Elm and Granite streets.

Trump “resisters” are additionally planning to order seats however not attend the rally, in accordance with posts on social media.

N.H. significance

In 2016, Trump’s election-eve rally was held on the SNHU area. At the occasion, he learn a letter from New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick.

This would be the president’s first New Hampshire cease in the course of the 2020 election marketing campaign. Trump received New Hampshire’s Republican main in 2016, however misplaced the overall election to Hillary Clinton by slightly below 3,000 votes, Politico reported.

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