Trump campaign releases details for Pittsburgh airport rally Saturday |

Trump campaign releases details for Pittsburgh airport rally Saturday

Justin Merriman | Tribune Review
Donald Trump is scheduled to speak Tuesday, June 28, 2016, at a manufacturing facility in Monessen.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s rally Saturday at a hangar at Pittsburgh International Airport begins at 3 p.m., but doors to the standing-room-only event will open at noon, officials said.

The rally is being held in Hangar 2 at Atlantic Aviation, a private jet terminal at 300 Horizon Drive in Moon, off the south side of Business I-376 across from University Boulevard. The campaign said signs will direct people to parking.

The campaign said people are not allowed to bring homemade signs, banners, cameras with a detachable lens, tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, backpacks or large bags into the event.

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It will be Trump’s second visit to Pittsburgh during the campaign. On April 13, Trump made appearances at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Oakland and at David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown. More than 8,000 people attended a rally at the convention center, as did more than 1,000 protesters.

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