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How many people attended the Trump Rally in Maquoketa, IA?

  Trump Rally in Maquoketa, Iowa Today Trump Ignites Fervor at Iowa Events, Drawing Thousands of Enthusiastic Supporters Former President Donald Trump recently made two notable appearances in Iowa, generating excitement and anticipation among his dedicated supporters. Trump Rally held at the Grand River Center in Dubuque and a Caucus organizing event in Maquoketa, showcased the enduring appeal of Trump's political influence. Dubuque Rally Draws Enthusiastic Crowds The first stop on Trump's Iowa agenda was the Grand River Center in Dubuque, where anticipation had been building for hours before his arrival. The doors to the highly anticipated event opened at noon, and by 3 p.m., the former president took the stage to address an eager and sizable audience. Trump's presence had sparked a buzz of excitement, drawing supporters from various parts of Iowa and beyond. One notable aspect of the Dubuque event was the sizable crowd that had gathered hours before Trump's scheduled

Donald Trump boards Trump Force One on the way to East Palestine, Ohio

  Photo "Donald Trump" by  Flickr Former US President Donald Trump has boarded his private plane, dubbed "Trump Force One," to travel from Florida to East Palestine, Ohio, where he plans to meet with community members affected by a recent train derailment. The train, which derailed on February 3rd, was carrying vinyl chloride, a toxic chemical, and caused significant damage to the small Ohio community located along the Ohio River. According to reports, Trump's visit to Ohio aims to show his support for the affected community, assess the situation on the ground, and donate supplies to those in need. Although it is unclear what kind of supplies Trump will be donating, it is possible that they will include basic necessities such as food, water, and medical supplies. Trump's use of his private plane to travel to Ohio is not unusual, as he often relied on his personal transportation during his presidency. However, his visit to Ohio has already sparked controvers