Trump Declares That He Doesn’t Need Celebrities to Fill Up Arenas Like Hillary


Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump let Democrat rival Hillary Clinton know that the number of celebrities she manages to get on stage with her doesn’t erase the fact that she is one of the most corrupt — and least popular — politicians in recent history.

Trump criticized Clinton for using celebrities like Jay Z and anti-cop Beyoncé to generate enthusiasm among young voters.

Trump told a crowd Saturday in Tampa, Florida, that he didn’t need celebrities to draw big crowds.

“We don’t need Jay Z to fill up arenas,” Trump said. “We do it the old-fashioned way. We do it the old-fashioned way, folks. We fill them up because you love what we’re saying and you want to ‘Make America Great Again.’ That’s about it.”

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Trump’s right. He’s managed to attract record-breaking crowds practically everywhere he goes.

Clinton, on the other hand, must depend on celebrities to help draw a crowd for her. However, what she doesn’t realize is that those crowds aren’t wanting to hear her speak, they’re wanting to see a free show. They aren’t there because she’s the main attraction. She’s more like a sideshow.

We know what kinds of crowds Clinton draws on her own, and it’s nothing to brag about. In fact, it’s downright embarrassing. The woman can hardly fill up a high school gymnasium, while Trump supporters are left standing outside at some of his overcrowded rallies.

The fact that Clinton must use celebrities to draw a crowd is an indication of just how much people don’t like her. This “show” is a clear example of how Clinton buys her friends.

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