On a sweltering night when thousands stood in line for hours, few let political allegiances get the better of them.
No serious problems were reported at the 8:30 p.m. outdoor rally in front of the Broad Street Market.
Fresh off of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton headed west Friday, ending the day with an outdoor rally in Harrisburg.
Trump's visit marks his second midstate campaign stop in just more than three months.
The rally started on time at 8:30 p.m. and about twenty minutes in the event, Secret Service agents stopped searching new rally-goers, leaving hundreds stranded.