A rally in Denver this weekend that drew tens of thousands of people to the streets of Denver was billed as a chance for Trump to make his final push to win over voters before the November 6 election.
The event was held on Saturday, November 5, but Trump’s campaign put the date for the event on Sunday, November 6.
Here are the key moments that happened during the rally.
The rally was held in front of the Colorado Convention Center, where the GOP convention is being held.
It was not the first time Trump has held a rally there, and the event attracted crowds of tens of millions of dollars in ticket sales.
In fact, the Denver Post reported that ticket sales topped $200 million.
Trump’s rally was also held on the same day that he held a campaign rally in Arizona.
The two events came just a week after Trump delivered a rally in Pensacola, Florida, which drew more than 20,000 people.
The former reality television star also held a fundraiser for a Florida sheriff’s office that was attended by hundreds of law enforcement officers.
The crowd at the rally was overwhelmingly white, with nearly 70 percent of the crowd being white males.
The next day, Trump held a more diverse rally in Phoenix, where he had more than 40,000 supporters.
But Trump also gave a speech to a crowd of about 1,000 protesters, who held signs saying “Trump, get out of my country.”
Trump was criticized for the rally and the police response.
He was also criticized for not attending the Republican National Convention, where his former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was arrested after a physical altercation with Trump.
Trump did not attend the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, despite the fact that many of his supporters did.
The events also drew the attention of a number of conservative media outlets.
On Saturday, the Washington Times published a story by reporter Dan Froomkin entitled “Trump’s final rally of 2016: The crowds are not there yet.”
The article included the claim that Trump has only around 25,000 to 30,000 paid supporters.
The article did not say why Trump did what he did at the Colorado rally.
A day after the event, the Daily Caller published an article by reporter Matthew Boyle titled “Colorado GOP says Trump’s Colorado rally is his last.”
The headline of the article said that “the GOP convention has been postponed for weeks, and a rally by Donald Trump in Denver has been rescheduled to Saturday, Nov. 6.”
Trump also took to Twitter to say that the event was not his last.
“Colorado, I just won the election,” Trump tweeted.
“But, unfortunately, it will not be my last.
I am going to be a candidate for president again.”