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Thousands Converge in Upstate for Former President Donald Trump’s Speech




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Thousands Flock to Upstate South Carolina to Hear Former President Donald Trump Speak, Your Content has learned.

Pickens, South Carolina witnessed a massive gathering on Saturday as thousands of people eagerly assembled to listen to Former President Donald Trump’s address.

The crowd began forming as early as 4:45 a.m., steadily growing throughout the morning.

This event marked a celebration of Independence Day and provided an opportunity for Trump to engage with first-in-the-South voters, as well as state lawmakers and esteemed guests.

Highlighted Speaker Lineup: The event kicked off at 11 a.m. with an array of guest speakers, accompanied by a captivating performance from the Rushingbrook Children’s Choir. The distinguished lineup included:

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Event Schedule:

  • 9 a.m.: Doors open for attendees
  • 11 a.m.: Guest speakers commence their remarks
  • 1 p.m.: Former President Donald Trump takes the stage to address the crowd

Important Security Measures: To ensure the safety of the event, the Secret Service mandated the closure of businesses and buildings situated in the secure area along E. Main, stretching from Hwy 178/Pendleton St. to Legacy Square.

These closures were in effect from Saturday, July 1, until 3 p.m. Other businesses and buildings on Main Street were permitted to operate according to their regular schedules during the July 1 event, according to WYFF.

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