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President Donald Trump is in Manchester, New Hampshire, to "shake up" Democrats hours before Tuesday's first-in-the-nation primary.
The president's rally at the SNHU Arena -- the same venue where he held a rally on the eve of winning the 2016 Republican New Hampshire primary -- is part of the Trump campaign's larger effort to disrupt the Democrats as they head to the polls to pick their nominee."Will be in Manchester, New Hampshire, tonight for a big Rally. Want to shake up the Dems a little bit -- they have a really boring deal going on," Trump tweeted on Friday. "Still waiting for the Iowa results, votes were fried. Big crowds in Manchester!"
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Trump is set to be greeted in New Hampshire by supporters who have been lined up for hours -- some a full day -- in the cold rain waiting to catch a glimpse of the president.Cold rain, snow and lots of Trump supporters. Despite the miserable weather, there are already more people lining up outside the venue of @realDonaldTrump ‘s rally tonight than you see at most of the events for the Democratic candidates. Some have been out here all night"I've never supported a president in my whole entire life like I have with this one, because I think it's making a difference," said Paul Laskowski, who got in line at 7 a.m. Monday.
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Kathy Roy, who got in line at 6 a.m., told ABC News that she "can't believe how many people are out here in the rain," but added that she came out with a group of people because Trump "is doing a good job and that's why I want to be out here and show our support for him."