How to Watch Trump South Carolina Rally: Florence Event Time, Live Stream

Former President Donald Trump is expected to be joined by South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster during a rally in Florence on Saturday.

Trump said he will be "honoring" two of the state's congressional candidates during the Saturday evening event, which follows similar rallies the former president held in Arizona and Texas earlier this year. Trump has endorsed McMaster and both of the congressional candidates on Saturday's rally schedule as part of his wider push of support for select Republican politicians ahead of the 2022 midterm elections.

Trump is expected to begin speaking at 7 p.m. ET at the Florence Regional Airport. Newsmax is scheduled to air Trump's comments and also plans to air pre- and post-rally shows at 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.

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Former President Donald Trump is scheduled to speak at a rally in South Carolina on Saturday. Above, Trump speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference on February 2, in Orlando, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images

The event will be "a continuation of President Trump's unprecedented effort to advance the MAGA agenda by energizing voters and highlighting America First candidates and causes," according to the former president's team.

Trump's appearance will follow remarks from a group of other speakers that the former president's team has said will include McMaster, South Carolina GOP Chairman Drew McKissick, President of the National Border Patrol Council Brandon Judd, former football player and coach Lou Holtz and entrepreneur Graham Allen.

Republican congressional candidates Russell Fry and Katie Arrington are also expected to speak at Saturday's event. Fry is campaigning to represent his state's 7th District as a current member of the South Carolina House of Representatives, and Arrington is running to represent South Carolina's 1st District as a former member of the state legislature.

Trump endorsed Fry, who is challenging sitting congressman Tom Rice, in early February. Rice voted in favor of impeaching Trump last year following the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021.

Rep. Nancy Mace, who currently represents South Carolina's 1st District, did not vote in favor of impeaching Trump last year as Rice did, but she delivered a speech condemning the former president at the time of the impeachment vote.

In his February endorsement announcement for Arrington, Trump described Mace as an "absolutely terrible candidate" and said she had been "very disloyal" to the Republican Party.

"Katie Arrington, on the other hand, is liked and respected and a true Republican," Trump said last month.

Both Fry and Arrington are among the dozens of Republican candidates running for office this year whom Trump has said have his "complete and total endorsement."

Saturday's rally is expected to open to ticket holders at 2 p.m., with the program officially starting two hours later.