Following a raucous Save America rally last Saturday in Ohio, former President Donald Trump held another event Friday in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Trump headlined Friday’s rally on behalf of Republican Senate candidate Ted Budd who is currently locked in a tight race with his Democratic opponent, Cheri Beasley. Also on hand were a slew of Trump-endorsed House candidates as well as the chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party.

Here are all the details on the Donald Trump Save America rally happening in Wilmington including start time, live stream, and the speaker list for the afternoon.

Save America Rally in Wilmington, North Carolina
Friday, September 23, 2022
Time: Trump speaks at 7 pm ET
Where: Aero Center in Wilmington, NC
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Full Video – Trump Rally – Wilmington, NC

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Schedule (Eastern Time):

  • 8 am ET – Parking and Line Opens
  • 2 pm ET – Doors Open, Entertainment Begins
  • 4 pm ET – Rally Begins, Guest Speakers
  • 7 pm ET – Trump speaks

Guest Speakers

  • Rep. Ted Budd, Republican nominee for U.S. Senate from North Carolina
  • Lt. Governor Mark Robinson, Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina
  • Rep. David Rouzer, U.S. Representative for North Carolina’s 7th Congressional District
  • Mr. Bo Hines, Republican nominee for U.S. Representative for North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District
  • Chairman Michael Whatley, Chairman of the North Carolina Republican Party
  • And more

As far as the U.S. Senate race is concerned, Trump-endorsed Ted Budd is starting to build a palatable lead over his opponent, Democrat Cheri Beasley, but the numbers have tightened in recent days.

With Republican Senator Richard Burr not seeking re-election this year, the race became somewhat of an open seat but recent polling indicates Budd does have at least somewhat of an advantage:

Democrat Cheri Beasley has gained more ground in her bid to overtake Republican Ted Budd in their race to be the next senator from North Carolina, even though many voters say they expect her ultimately to lose.

Budd in May led Beasley by 6.8 percentage points in a projected head-to-head battle to replace retiring Sen. Richard Burr, but the latest WGHP/Emerson College/The Hill Poll released today shows that lead inside the 3-point margin of error, 45.6%-43.2%.

About 48.2% of voters in early May had supported Budd, and 41.4% were backing Beasley, which means there has been about a 2-point swing for each candidate. A poll in April by Emerson showed Budd to have a 50-43 edge head-to-head.

There is also a libertarian and green party candidate on the ballot as well which may affect the outcome and potentially draw from both major party candidates.

The event kicks off at 4 pm ET with former President Trump expected to speak around 7 pm ET. Follow the Trump rally schedule for details on future events.


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