“This is a group of patriotic women, we love our country and we love our president,” said Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, who opened the rally.
She brought the crowd of hundreds, mostly women, to their feet, many wearing "Make America Great Again" hats and waving flags, many feeling they’ve been criticized and even bullied for their political beliefs.
"I've already talked to so many women, and they are college educated and they are for Trump, so it’s just kind of dispelling the rumors," she said.
Some more of Monday’s attendees had this to say about President Trump:
“There is an attempt by certain segments of the media to make us feel in the minority.”
“See how many women come out for Trump? They will realize that he is not disliked by many, many women.”
“I think it shows people that you don’t have to be afraid if you do support Trump to come out and say that.”
“...and Trump appeals to all women.”
Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale says they picked King of Prussia for the Women for Trump kickoff for a reason.
"Even today, why we're in this building, the decision was made from multiple data sets to come together and say this is the right city and these are the right women to help us win Pennsylvania," he added. “If we win Pennsylvania by 5,000 votes it might be because every woman in this room walks out and gets four people to vote for us. That could be the difference.”