Donald Trump North Carolina Rally Live Stream: Watch President's First MAGA Event Since Racist Tweets

Following a week of criticism for his racist tweets bashing four Democratic Congresswomen of color, President Donald Trump will have a friendlier audience on Wednesday night when he holds a 2020 campaign rally in Greenville, North Carolina.

"Big Rally tonight in Greenville, North Carolina," Trump tweeted Wednesday morning. "Lots of great things to tell you about, including the fact that our Economy is the best it has ever been. Best Employment & Stock Market Numbers EVER. I'll talk also about people who love, and hate, our Country (mostly love)! 7:PM.

The rally will kick off 7 p.m. ET at Williams Arena and can be live streamed below courtesy Fox 10.

North Carolina is a key state for Trump, who won it by less than four points in 2016. The Trump campaign website allowed people to register for up to two tickets per mobile number on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Trump has ​continued to defend his tweets on Sunday not naming but directed at the progressive "Squad" that includes representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar and Ayanna Pressley. He tweeted that ​the women should "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came" and that "these places need your help badly, you can't leave fast enough."

The president on Wednesday told The Daily Mail that Democrats can't criticize the economic success he has led the country through so they are resorting to the "race card."

"The only thing they have, that they can do is, now, play the race card. which they've always done," Trump said.

Mid-afternoon Wednesday, Trump tweeted a video of a "massive MAGA rally" with information on the event and, "see you there."

"See you tonight, North Carolina!" the president commented, along with the hashtag #MAGA2020.

While Trump's supporters are expected to show in big numbers to his rally, his opponents organized nearby.

North Carolina Democratic Party Chairman Wayne Goodwin, Pitt County Democratic Party Chairman Sonny McLawhorn and Pitt County Commissioner Ann Huggins held a press conference at 3 p.m. Wednesday to "spotlight Donald Trump's broken promises to North Carolina."

"Speakers will hold Donald Trump accountable for attacking affordable health care, slowing disaster relief, and passing tax policies that put corporate tax cuts over working families," the press release states. "The press conference precedes the president's first rally since making racist comments about several members of Congress."

After the press conference, Goodwin tweeted, "It's easy to point out Trump's myriad lies and broken promises to NC, especially eastern NC, in contrast with Democratic truths and our core American values."

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the crowd at a campaign rally March 7, 2016, in Concord, North Carolina. Trump is holding his first campaign rally since his racist tweets at Democratic Congresswomen of color on July 17, 2019 in Greenville, North Carolina. Sean Rayford