WSJ Euphemistically Refers To Trump’s Most Diehard Fans As “No Ordinary Joes”

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President Trump’s diehard fans have been to over 50 rallies and call themselves the “Front Row Joes.”

Some of President Trump’s most faithful followers call themselves the “Front Row Joes,” have been to over 50 rallies, and save each other seat, according to the Wall Street Journal. The WSJ calls these die-hard Trump fans anything but ordinary joes.

Richard Snowden, one of the “Front Row Joes,” has attended 54 rallies and was sure to be in Orlando for Trump’s first re election rally for the 2020 campaign. Snowden is a 68-year-old entrepreneur and former nightclub owner from Las Vegas who has always been interested in politics. Snowden has admitted doubts about Trump’s re election and said that he is worried about Mayor Pete Buttigieg who may take people by surprise this election.

“It’s not going to be a cakewalk,” said Mr. Snowden, dressed in a white shirt, khaki pants, and aviator sunglasses. “This time, the Democrats are going to be ready.”

Randal Thom, a breeder of Alaskan Malamutes in Minnesota who was at the Orlando rally for his 50th Trump rally said, “There used to be just a few of us that would wait in line a day before, but now I can’t believe all these people. It’s beautiful.”

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