Vendors set up to sell merchandise before Trump’s campaign

WACO, Texas (KWTX) – Vendors set up outside the Waco Regional Airport ahead of former President Donald Trump’s campaign rally on Saturday.

A group from Ohio traveled to Waco to sell Trump merchandise for the rally. The group says they have been set up since Wednesday morning at the corner of 19th St. and Lakeshore Dr.

Nick Andrews, one of the people traveling with the vendors from Ohio, said they’ve seen some customers prepare to rally, but they’re expecting huge crowds that are expected to overwhelm the area in a few days. put water

“That’s all I came here for,” he said. “Just get everyone your Trump 2024 gear. We’re expecting a lot of people… we’re hearing tens of thousands of people coming here on Saturday.”

The city of Waco said they expect about 15,000 people to attend Saturday’s rally.

Other groups have also formed near the airport, but more are expected to arrive on Friday.

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