Long lines, blistering gusts and sub-zero wind chills didn't stop thousands of Trump fans from piling into the airport runway at Cherry Capital Airport in Traverse City, Michigan.
The small, northern Michigan town of approximately 15,000 saw just shy of half of their population show up in support of the incumbent President.
Thousands came by bus, car and, of course, truck, to see Donald Trump at the airport, waiting upwards of six hours to hear him speak. While the energy was high, the long wait and cold temperatures were hard to ignore.
But once the seemingly endless crowds of supporters swarmed in (Rebel News estimates between 5,000-7,500 attendees) the free merchandise, loud music, and food truck (yes, food truck) increased energy 10-fold.
Early speeches showed a lot of support for House candidate Jack Bergman, but as time went on, the crowd once again grew a little weary.
But when Vice President Mike Pence took the stage, the crowd quickly found its energy again!
Pence set the mood for the President by touching on everything from taxes, Joe Biden, and two of the most important issues to Northern Michiganers — clean and effective business in the Great Lakes and blue-collar factory jobs.
As the President arrived, it was only a matter of time until the crowd reached peak pandemonium, with the volume turned up to the point it sounded like a college football crowd.
President Trump held five rallies in four states on the last day before the election, all of which have seen landmark energy and massive crowds that rival those in 2016.