By
Robert Ayers
|
September 10, 2023
|
11:30 pm

Donald Trump receives huge support in Iowa

Former President Donald Trump received significant support during his 2024 campaign stop in Iowa over the weekend. 

As part of this stop, Fox News reports that Trump visited the Alpha Gamma Rho (AGR) agriculture fraternity house. Trump did so ahead of the big football game, that took place on Saturday, between Iowa State University and the University of Iowa.

Trump also did some tailgating before the game.

In other words, the former president had some fun. He even flipped some burgers and threw some footballs, and the crowd loved it.

In the above video, Trump can be seen signing some footballs and throwing them to fans in the crowd. Altogether the former president throws seven footballs during the minute-long video.

One can't tell from the video how good the 77-year-old Trump's arm is. But, Trump clearly enjoyed himself, and the crowd did the same.

In this video, which is about 20 seconds long, Trump flips a hamburger at a tailgating party. Trump takes the spatula, picks a burger up off of the grill, holds the spatula with the burger up and the air, lowers it back down, and proceeds to flip the burger. The crowd, again, clearly enjoyed seeing the former president of the United States flip a burger.

Perhaps the biggest ovation that Trump received, however, was at the actual football game. A huge crowd gathered and cheered Trump on, from the time he arrived at the stadium to the walk into the stadium to the moment when Trump went into the stands. Take a look:

Trump posted the above videos and others, from his time in Iowa, to his social media account on Truth Social. Trump said that it was "a beautiful day" and that he had "a great time in Iowa."

Trump continues to be the clear frontrunner for the Republican Party's 2024 presidential nominee, leading the field, on average, by nearly 40 percentage points. Trump, in the polls, is tied with President Joe Biden in the 2024 general election.

Trump also clearly has the lead over the Republican field in Iowa. This, in part, helps to explain the tremendous welcome that he received during his Iowa visit.

Written By:
Robert Ayers

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