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Donald Trump Austin rally LIVE news — Former president slams Dems on American Freedom Tour & vows to ‘take back the US’


FORMER President Donald Trump took the stage on Saturday night as part of the American Freedom Tour in a blistering speech that saw him slam Democrats as he urged Republicans to “take back the United States.”

Trump was joined by former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo along with a number of conservative speakers at the Austin Convention Center, situated at 500 E Cesar Chavez Street.

The former president said: “I ask you to get ready to work, get ready to fight, get ready to win — and win like never before.

“Together, we will take back the House, we will take the Senate, and we will take back our country.”

Those who spoke also included Trump’s son Donald Trump Jr, Dinesh D’Souza, Kevin Sorbo, Ted Nugent, and Kimberley Guilfoyle.

This is a different event than the Save America rallies Trump has also been presiding over.

Read our Donald Trump rally live blog for the latest news and updates…

  • Who is Ted Nugent?

    Ted Nugent is a singer, composer, guitarist, and activist from the United States, per All Music.

    He rose to prominence as the main guitarist and occasionally lead vocalist of The Amboy Dukes, psychedelic rock and hard rock band established in 1963.

    He started a solo career when the band disbanded. Nugent is recognized for his Gibson Byrdland guitar, his bluesy and frantic guitar playing, and his high-octane live performances.

    Despite having a distinctive, versatile singing voice, Nugent spent much of his early solo career recording and touring with various lead vocalists, including Derek St. Holmes, Charlie Huhn, Brian Howe, and Meat Loaf, until taking up complete lead vocal responsibilities later on.

  • Who is Donald Trump Jr?

    Donald Trump Jr is the oldest child of Donald Trump, the President of the United States, and his first wife, Ivana, a Czech woman.

    Growing up, the proficient Czech speaker was close to his maternal grandfather.

    He was born in New York and earned an economics degree from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School before joining his father’s company.

    He is the Trump Organization’s executive vice president.

  • Austin prepared for traffic delays

    Due to secret service standards, the Downtown Austin Alliance issued a warning that there might be traffic delays and severe disruptions to hotels and businesses within a 3-block radius of the convention center on May 13, per CBS Austin.

    The Austin Convention Center Department’s safety and security staff, according to a spokeswoman, assisted with the event’s security measures, as requested by the organizer.

    They also said: “As a former President, the event will have enhanced security protocols. The Austin Convention Center Department is working with the event organizers who are in charge and responsible for the security details and protocols. They are also working with other national, local, and private security agencies.”

  • When’s the next stop on the tour?

    After Austin, the tour will continue in Memphis on June 18.

  • How can I watch?

    Unfortunately, this event was not live-streamed or recorded, despite reports.

  • How can I book event tickets?

    The ticket prices may vary depending on the seating options. It ranges in price from $9 to $3,995.

    As you select a seat for VIP seats and privileges, the ticket price will rise.

    Tickets for the event may be purchased on the tour’s website.

    The next event will take place in Memphis, Tennessee.

  • Where was the event held?

    The American Freedom Tour will be held at Austin Convention Center, 500 E Cesar Chavez Street in Austin, Texas.

  • TRUMP ENDORSES

    Trump has backed Attorney General Ken Paxton who he dubbed “a fighter like no other” in the upcoming GOP primary runoff this month.

    He also supported: Senator Dawn Buckingham for Texas Land Commissioner.

    The former president issued his support for former state Senator Pete Flores’ reentry to the Legislature, as well as Phil Sorrells in the Tarrant County district attorney race, plus Frederick Frazier in House District 61.

  • WHAT DID TRUMP SAY

    “I ask you to get ready to work, get ready to fight, get ready to win — and win like never before,” Trump told the crowd.

    “Together, we will take back the House, we will take the Senate, and we will take back our country.”

  • When was the event held?

    On Saturday, May 14, 2022, the event took place from 8.15am until 5pm CDT.

  • Who was set to speak at the event?

    The list of guest speakers includes:

    • Donald Trump
    • Mike Pompeo
    • Donald Trump Jr
    • Ted Nugent
    • Kimberly Guilfoyle
    • Dinesh D’Souza
    • Kevin Sorbo
    • Sheriff Mark Lamb
    • Candace Owens
  • What is the American Freedom Tour?

    According to its website: “The American Freedom Tour with President Donald J. Trump is a celebration of faith, family, unalienable rights and God-given American freedoms.

    “Never before have America’s greatest conservative insiders and influencers come together for an event to unify an entire nation of silenced voices.

    “In a time when so many in the media and government are tearing down America and its people, the American Freedom Tour celebrates America and what makes us great.”

  • Trump’s security at the Freedom American Tour

    KXAN reported that Trump had ‘enhanced security protocols’ at the event.

    The city’s Convention Center Department noted that while its own security and safety team would assist, the event’s organizers would ultimately be responsible for security.

    Trump is protected by the Secret Service for the rest of his life as a former president.

    The conference center stated, “[The organizers] are also working with other national, local, and private security agencies.”

    The agency said that it does not anticipate any additional costs as a result of the incident.

  • Trump endorses Doug Mastriano, conclusion

    Despite being outspent on television by candidates like former US Attorney Bill McSwain and businessman David White, Mastriano, who has links to the QAnon conspiracy theory, was already leading in the polls in the splintered primary, Politico reports.

    According to a source familiar with the conversation, Trump contacted Mastriano on Friday to notify him of his intention to support.

  • Trump endorses Doug Mastriano, continued

    In a statement shared by Politico, Trump said: “There is no one in Pennsylvania who has done more, or fought harder, for Election Integrity than State Senator Doug Mastriano.

    “He has revealed the Deceit, Corruption, and outright Theft of the 2020 Presidential Election, and will do something about it. He will also Fight Violent Crime, Strengthen our Borders, Protect Life, Defend our under-siege Second Amendment, and Help our Military and our Vets.

    “He is a fighter like few others, and has been with me right from the beginning, and now I have an obligation to be with him,” Trump continued.

  • Trump endorses Doug Mastriano

    Just days before the gubernatorial primary, Pennsylvania state Sen. Doug Mastriano received the coveted endorsement of former President Donald Trump, according to Politico.

    The thought of Trump endorsing Mastriano, a prominent figure in the drive to reverse the 2020 election results who was present at the Capitol during the January 6 uprising, terrified local and national Republicans worried about his chances in a general election.

  • Judge refuses to dismiss suit against Trump

    On Friday, a Colorado court dismissed requests to dismiss a defamation case filed by an election systems worker against former President Donald Trump’s campaign, two of its lawyers, and a few conservative media figures and sites, according to The National News.

    In a 136-page ruling, District Court Judge Marie Avery Moses rejected different arguments to dismiss the case filed by Eric Coomer, the security director of Colorado-based Dominion Voting Systems.

  • Parental rights

    Trump also spoke on the importance of parental rights in education.

    He said teachers shouldn’t be allowed to “teach transgender,” possibly referencing Florida’s “don’t say gay” bill.

  • Border security

    “Biden is now systematically surrendering every single advantage that I really brilliantly got. They don’t give me any credit,” Trump said about border security.

    Construction has continued on the border wall between the United States and Mexico under the Biden administration.

  • Critical Race Theory

    The former president declared critical race theory would be banned under a Republican Congress.

    Critical race theory, as defined by Britannica, is an “intellectual movement” of Civil Rights scholars who critically examine the law as it intersects with issues of race.

    Critical race theorists maintain that legal institutions in the US “function to create and maintain social, economic, and political inequalities between whites and nonwhites, especially African Americans.”

  • Trump says the country is being destroyed

    “Our country in many ways is being destroyed,” said Trump.

    “The Biden disasters are too numerous to count, but inflation is the highest in nearly 50 years. Gas prices have reached the highest price ever in the history of our country, destroying families.”

  • DEMS SLAMMED

    Speaking about his Democratic rivals, Trump said: “Our country in many ways is being destroyed.

    “The Biden disasters are too numerous to count, but inflation is the highest in nearly 50 years. Gas prices have reached the highest price ever in the history of our country, destroying families.”

  • Mark Esper was ‘very concerned’ about Nato

    Mark Esper, Donald Trump’s secretary of defense, says he was “very concerned” about the idea of Trump withdrawing the United States from Nato had he won a second term.

    Esper made the comments in an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour while promoting his book, which is full of frightening anecdotes from Trump’s reign.

  • The event is now over

    After seven and a half hours, the Austin stop of the American Freedom has concluded.

  • Trump charging thousands for ‘motivational’ speeches

    According to Axios, former President Donald Trump charges up to $4,995 for a chance to see him give a motivational speech at a rally.

    The American Freedom Tour hosts the events, which draw thousands of his fans, per Axios.





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