Trump supporters suffer heat exhaustion at former president’s Arizona event

In former President Donald Trump’s first rally since the ruling in his hush money trial, some of his supporters suffered heat exhaustion amid scorching hot temperatures in Phoenix.

At least 11 people were seen suffering from heat exhaustion in the 102-degree weather, Phoenix fire officials told AZFamily News.

Another one being carted out on a stretcher at Trump rally … this marks at least six people from what we can likely assume is the heat @abc15

— Ben Brown (@bdbrown473) June 6, 2024

Turning Point, a conservative youth group, invited Trump to speak at a Phoenix town hall. Trump started speaking around 5 p.m. Eastern.

Led by Charlie Kirk, the group has garnered the support of many young people for Trump’s “Read more…

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