Donald Trump, amid reports that he will be arrested in the Stormy Daniels hush money case, is planning to hold a full-fledged rally in Waco, Texas on Saturday, March 25. However, if the former president is detained, it is likely that the rally will be canceled or someone else will lead it.

The Waco rally, if held, is expected to be Trump’s first big step towards a 2024 campaign.

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Trump is facing criminal charges and has received less vocal support from top Texas GOP leaders. With the rally, he would hope to make an impression on them before the primaries.

“It is undisputed that Texas is Trump Country after electing 37 Trump Endorsed Candidates and recent polling among Texas primary voters,” his campaign staff wrote in a news release announcing the event on Friday.

Where will the rally be held?

The rally will be held at the Waco Regional Airport, located at 7909 Karl May Drive.

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When does it start?

The Waco rally is scheduled to begin at 8 AM. Trump is slated to speak at 5 PM.

Complete schedule:

8 a.m. – parking and line opens
12 p.m. – doors open
2 p.m. – Special guest speakers deliver remarks
5 p.m. – 45th President of the United States Donald J. Trump delivers remarks

As per the campaign spokesman, the general admission tickets for the Waco rally are available.

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“You may only register up to (2) tickets per mobile number per event. All tickets are subject to first come first serve basis,” Donald Trump’s website states.

“Waco votes 60/40 in favor of Repubs. Trump’s reasons for going to Waco next week were to show DeSantis that Trump supporters are more rabid than Ron’s, be the $ bagman & incite anger,” a Twitter user said.

It will be interesting to see if Trump brings up the Waco siege in his speech. In 1993, the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) raided the headquarters of religious cult leader David Koresh and his Branch Davidians. A standoff resulted in four ATF agents and 82 Branch Davidians’ death.