How to Watch Trump Nebraska Rally: Time, Live Stream for GOP Campaign Event

Former President Donald Trump will hold a rally in Greenwood, Nebraska, on Sunday in his first visit to the state since 2020, when he appeared at Eppley Airfield just before Election Day.

The rally was initially scheduled to take place Friday, but Trump said in a statement that it was rescheduled due to the threat of severe weather. He added that "weather permitting" he will be in Nebraska on Sunday night. The statement did not mention any changes to the time, location or any other rally details.

For the original rally, Trump was slated to speak at 8 p.m. from the I-80 Speedway, between Omaha and Lincoln. GOP gubernatorial candidate Charles Herbster, whom Trump endorsed in October, will also deliver remarks as the event's special guest speaker.

"I look forward to joining President Trump on stage to discuss how he fought for Nebraskans as president and how I plan on continuing that fight as governor of Nebraska," Herbster said in a statement last week.

Parking will open at 8 a.m., with doors opening and entertainment set to start at 3 p.m. Speakers will begin taking the stage at 5 p.m.

Other speakers expected to join Trump and Herbster include former counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, longtime Trump ally David Bossie and CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp.

Tickets are available on Trump's official website, but only two tickets per mobile phone number.

If you are unable to attend, the event will be live streamed on the Right Side Broadcasting Network's YouTube channel.

How to Watch Trump Nebraska Rally
Sunday's event will mark former President Donald Trump's first visit to Nebraska since the 2020 presidential election. Above, Trump speaks during a campaign rally on October 27, 2020, in Omaha, Nebraska. Steve Pope/Stringer

The rally will look to boost support for Herbster, who is facing allegations of sexual misconduct by eight women, including state Senator Julie Slama. The accusations, which were first reported by the Nebraska Examiner, range from groping to forcible kissing.

Herbster has denied the allegations, declaring them "100 percent false."

"I have never and never will act in the way that these accusations last week were leveled at me," he said last week.

Sunday's event was announced just days after the Examiner's story broke.

Herbster is running in a contentious primary race against eight other candidates looking to take Governor Pete Ricketts' seat. Ricketts, who took office in 2015, is not eligible for reelection because of term limits.

A recent poll from Neilan Strategy Group showed a tight race between Herbster, state Senator Brett Lindstrom and University of Nebraska Regent Jim Pillen, with each receiving between 24 and 28 percent support.

Pillen has been endorsed by Ricketts for the May 10 primary. The governor has also issued a statement condemning Herbster in light of the allegations.

Former Governor Kay Orr, the first Republican woman to ever be elected governor in the U.S., and the 13 female members of Nebraska's legislature, including Salma, have called out Herbster's alleged behavior and issued a statement in support of the women.

Sunday's rally will be the latest stumping event for Herbster from the Trump camp.

Last week, the GOP candidate hit the campaign trail on a three-city tour with Donald Trump Jr., traveling to Grand Island, North Platte and Gerring.

Herbster is the only candidate in Nebraska that has earned a Trump endorsement as of Friday.

Update 4/29/22, 5 p.m. ET: This story was updated to reflect that the rally was rescheduled to Sunday, May 1.