President Trump is holding his third rally in three days Friday afternoon, revving up his supporters in Las Vegas a day before divided Democrats head to the Nevada caucuses to pick their 2020 nominee.
Fans started lining up for the rare daytime rally as early as 3 a.m. local time Thursday, Fox 5 (KVVU) reported in Las Vegas.
By Friday morning, hundreds in red caps and Trump gear were camped out before the Las Vegas Convention center with tents and sleeping bags hoping to get a good spot to see the president.
The Las Vegas rally gives Trump counter-programming in Nevada as Democrats have been crisscrossing the state this week in a final push for votes before Saturday's caucuses.
In a wild rally in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Thursday, Trump openly celebrated Democrats' intra-party squabbling at the Las Vegas presidential primary debate -- and took an unexpected shot at the movie "Parasite," prompting a scathing response from its U.S.-based distributor.