NEW YORK — Donald Trump’s rallies have been getting off the ground and back on track, with some organizers hoping for the biggest crowds yet.
Trump held his second rally in New York City Wednesday, and organizers said they were hoping for up to 8 million attendees.
There were reports of thousands of protesters in the city, but none were arrested, New York police said.
The rallies were not as large as those of previous presidents.
Trump’s rallies drew more than a million people.
He was scheduled to hold another rally in the Bronx on Thursday.
The rally is in what’s known as the Brooklyn boroughs northern Brooklyn enclave, which Trump once called the “White House.”
The rally drew more protesters than last year’s event in which President Barack Obama gave a speech.