Medical emergency interrupts Trump rally in North Carolina

By Jen Krausz on
 March 4, 2024

A rally for former President Donald Trump in North Carolina on Saturday was interrupted for a short time for a medial emergency in the crowd, according to Newsweek.

Details about what happened were unavailable, but a video shared to X showed Trump looking away from the stage at someone receiving medical attention.

It is not the first time that Trump interrupted a rally to ensure that a participant received medical attention.

At another rally in Las Vegas in January, Trump stopped his speech and said, "Medical. Medical please. Are they OK? Doctor in the house, thank you."

Trump's rallies attract many thousands of people and often have crowds waiting outside that could not fit into a particular venue.

Having won GOP primaries in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, South Carolina, Michigan, Idaho, and Missouri, Trump currently leads his only remaining rival by almost 60 points in nationwide polling going into Super Tuesday.