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Trump supporters react to President Trump's Rochester

Devin Martin
Created: October 30, 2020 10:41 PM

(ABC 6 News) - Hundreds of President Donald Trump supporters gathered in the Med City Friday to hear the president speak. 

ABC 6 News reporter Devin Martin was out at the airport talking with them all day and shows us what they had to say. 

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"Everyday we're just praying Trump wins because not only are we big Trump supporters, we're big believers in liberty and freedom," Kevin Einafshar, director of operations for Trump Shop said. 

Kevin Einafshar owns Trump Shop stores all across Minnesota and he says what he's doing is making a difference.

 "Every shirt, every flag, every hat, every pen, every sticker and every little item we sell is a walking billboard for Trump," Einafshar said. 

And all Kevin wants to see on election day, is Minnesota turning red.

"So we want to see it turn red for the first time since 1972 and if that happens, we're going to make history. And I'll feel like my life is complete," Einafshar said. 

Jennifer Lopez is another Trump supporter. She traveled to Rochester from Houston to visit Mayo Clinic for treatment. When she learned President Trump was in town, she knew she needed to go.

"I've loved Trump long before 2016, I always thought he was a genius, a good person, and he is all about America. I've never felt more United than I have when I started being a part of the mega-group. I've never felt more patriotic, I've never loved America more," Lopez said. 

Jennifer also says she's not worried about COVID-19 at these rallies.

"I'm sorry if you get COVID, it's horrible and I'm not downplaying that. I really don't think it's as bad as it seems to be," Lopez said. 

Cindy Krueger from Rochester says she was frustrated after the rally kept getting moved, But no matter the outcome, she says she would have been here, supporting the president.

"Even if I couldn't get into the airport, I was going to come sit by the side of the road, have my Trump stuff on and say, Mr. President, I'm for you. I think it's important that he knows that there's people in Minnesota that's the greatest thing that's happened to our country," Krueger said. 


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