President Trump made a campaign stop in South Carolina and had everyone fired up, including the youth.
Videos that have gone viral on X show teenagers and young adults pumped up and chanting ” We love Trump” while waiting in line to watch Trump’s speech.
Watch the video here:
DEVELOPING: In Nikki Haley’s home state of South Carolina, young people are out in great numbers chanting, “WE LOVE TRUMP.” WATCHpic.twitter.com/sA3qjsj4o2
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This video strikes fear in the hearts of Democrats because young adults are the future.
For the most part, Democrats have placed a woke spell on teens and young adults across America, but these youth in South Carolina have avoided the woke virus that is plaguing the nation.
Crowd of young America patriots chant “We love Trump!!!” pic.twitter.com/MfdgfXx6bQ
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It wasn’t just youth stoked to see Trump; South Carolinians of all ages lined up to see Trump in Conway, South Carolina.
Take a look:
BIG MAGA crowd lines up for President Trump in South Carolina 🇺🇸
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Per Myrtle Beach Online:
Red hats, American flag apparel and eye-catching costumes littered the Coastal Carolina University campus Saturday morning ahead of former President Donald Trump’s scheduled appearance. The line to get into the HTC Center, where Trump is set to speak at 2 p.m., was backed up by 9:30 a.m. all around a nearby football practice field, along the sidewalk of Chanticleer Drive past the TD Sports Complex.
Some supporters arrived as early as 4 a.m. for their chance to see the Republican front-runner speak. TOP VIDEOS Near the front of the line, Matthew Misniewski, a 20-year-old CCU student from Maryland, told The Sun News he was excited for the chance to go to a Trump rally after not being old enough to vote during the 2020 presidential election.
“I’m a young conservative and stand with President Trump on the issues,” he said.
Fellow CCU freshman Jacob Goff, clad in a red, white and blue three-piece suit, said he’s always wanted to vote for Trump, and he was interested to hear the former president talk about what changes he planned to make if he’s elected back into office. Neil Lynch, of Surfside Beach, dressed up as Santa and held a sign declaring that Santa supports Trump.