Former President Donald Trump attended the Palmetto Bowl, a rivalry football game in South Carolina, as he campaigns in the key early-nominating state ahead of next year's Republican presidential primary.
Donald Trump attended the Palmetto Bowl, a rivalry football game in South Carolina.
Trump is campaigning in South Carolina ahead of the 2024 Republican presidential primary.
The Palmetto Bowl is an annual matchup between the University of South Carolina and Clemson University.
Trump watched the game from a box and went onto the field at halftime with South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster.
Trump received cheers and some boos from the crowd.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina was also in attendance with Trump.
Trump is the front-runner for the GOP nomination and maintains a commanding lead over his primary rivals in South Carolina.
South Carolina is one of the earliest contests on the Republican nominating calendar next year.
Trump has visited South Carolina several times this year, including for a campaign event in September.
Trump enjoys the support of several other top South Carolina Republicans, including Graham, Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evette, and US Representatives Joe Wilson, William Timmons, and Russell Fry.
Trump criticized the hostage deal reached between Israel and Hamas.
Trump claimed that Hamas now wants a better deal for hostages.
Trump attended a football game between Iowa State University and the University of Iowa in September.
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