President Trump Rallies in Michigan to standing room only
President Trump addresses the rally in Michigan to standing room only packed event
President Trump took the stage at a Rally in Grand Rapids Michigan; The rally is President Trump's first political event since news broke that special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of his campaign colluding with Russians
Taking stage to an enthusiastic crowd, The President spoke about everything from Socialism to health care.
Many of the top Democratic candidates for 2020 are claiming that President Trump wants to eliminate the protections of pre-existing conditions for health coverage. But The President has stated publicly many times that he will protect pre-existing conditions.
Since President Trump took office in 2017, auto manufacturing employment has risen by about 51,000 jobs to just over 1 million, according to the Labor Department. That's a 5 percent increase over two years.
Thousands of supporters began to encircle the 12 thousand plus capacity Van Andel Arena as early as 3:30 a.m.
By the time The President took the stage, it was standing room only with Thousands more outside the arena.
President Trump also told Michiganders that he will get full funding for the 300 million dollar Great Lakes restoration initiative, that they have been trying to get approved for over 30 years.