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Trump holding another desert rally despite 11 falling ill due to heat exhaustion before Phoenix event

Donald Trump’s summer campaign stops include locations in the middle of the desert, leaving supporters standing for hours in the merciless southwest heat. But it hasn't stopped his fans from standing in line for him — even if it sends them to the hospital.

Nearly a dozen of the MAGA faithful in Arizona required hospitalization earlier this month while waiting to attend a Trump campaign event in Phoenix.

On Sunday, 9 June, the former president will again venture out into the desert, this time bringing his revenge and resentment tour to Las Vegas, Nevada — and into the Mojave Desert.

With a high of 104 degrees Fahrenheit (42C), the weather will once again pose a threat to lined up MAGA supporters on Sunday. This time, however, the Trump campaign has reportedly made plans to help prevent their fans from succumbing to the temperatures.

The campaign has prepared thousands of water bottles in Las Vegas to hand out to supporters waiting in line for the event and for those already inside the event's security perimeter.

It will also be erecting tents to provide spots for shade for those who need a break from the sun, and at least one of the tents will have air-conditioning, the New York Times reports.

Misting fans will be placed around the venue to help keep attendees cool, and the campaign has allowed participants to bring very small umbrellas with them for extra shade.

Supporters sometimes have to wait hours before they can enter secured venues to see a president or former president speak. In most places, that's annoying. In the southwest in the summer, it's potentially deadly without preparation.

Heat exhaustion — which can cause dizziness, nausea, headache, and thirst, among other symptoms — was what sent the 11 Trump

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