President Trump Donald John TrumpTrump mentions tax cuts on judges most influenced by his presidency. Trump quotes tax cuts over judges as the greatest effect of his presidency Ocasio-Cortez pats back on Trump after quoting her in tweet rejection impeachment MORE boasted Monday that his campaign is creating screenshots outside the Amway Center in Orlando to make sure people can see his re-election rally on Tuesday.
In a tweet, Trump said his campaign has already received more than 1
"Our country is doing well, far beyond what the hates and losers thought possible – and it only gets better!" Trump wrote.
Tomorrow's Big Rally in Orlando, Florida, seems to put records. We build large film screens outside to look after everyone. Over 100,000 requests. Our country is doing well, far beyond what the hates and losers thought were possible – and it will only get better!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 17, 2019
Spectators allegedly have already started lining up outside the Amway Center, the arena of the NBA's Orlando Magic, which usually seats 20,000.
Trump supporters have already begun to secure their seat within the Amway Center. @realDonaldTrump announces his re-election campaign in Orlando on Tuesday evening at 8 https://t.co/Mj7WQ2VoWI pic.twitter.com/wyyMyzYHPm
– Mark Lehman (@ MarkLehman6) 17 June 2019
Last week, Trump tweeted that the re-elected kickoff event ticket is the "hottest" of all his campaign events.
Wow! Just got word that on June 18, Tuesday's announcement in Orlando, Florida, already has 74,000 requests for a 20,000 seater arena. With all the great events we've done, this ticket looks to be the "hottest" of them all. See you in Florida!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 12, 2019
The event takes place in a key campaign state where the Trump campaign's first internal investigation showed that he left behind the democratic front runner and former vice president Joe Biden Joe BidenBiden calls for equal pay for American women's football team Biden calls for equal pay for US women's football team Yang: Standing next to Biden on the debate phase will help increase named recognition MORE .
Trump questioned the polls as "fake" and his campaign later sank along with some of his pollists after the leak.