Trump moves rally to 50,000-capacity stadium
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GOP presidential candidate Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpFive takeaways from Gillum and DeSantis’s first debate GOP warns economy will tank if Dems win Gorbachev calls Trump's withdrawal from arms treaty 'a mistake' MORE is again moving his Friday evening rally in Mobile, Ala., to a venue with more seating amid overwhelming demand, according to a Thursday news report.

Trump is now conducting a Friday night pep rally and town-hall event at the Ladd Peebles Stadium, home to the University of South Alabama’s football team, according to CBS’s local affiliate.

Trump had already moved from the Mobile Civic Center Theater to the center’s main arena, which has a capacity of 14,000. Tickets for Trump’s stop were selling so quickly, however, another venue move was needed.

"It's going to end up at 30 to 40 thousand people in Alabama," Trump said this week.

Ladd Peebles Stadium hosts the South Alabama Jaguars’s home games, as well as two college bowl games a season. The sporting arena reportedly has maximum capacity of 50,000 people.

Trump’s stop in Mobile comes as he leads the race for the GOP’s 2016 presidential nomination across multiple national polls.

The outspoken billionaire stopped in Merrimack, N.H., on Wednesday evening for a press conference followed by a town hall, where he mocked establishment candidate Jeb Bush.

“Right down the road we have Jeb,” he said of the former Florida governor, who was hosting his own event in nearby Derry.

“Very small crowd ... you know what’s happening to Jeb’s crowd right down the street?” Trump asked. “They’re sleeping now. I don’t see how he’s electable.”

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, another contender for the 2016 GOP nomination, also plans on visiting Alabama this week. The state is part of the “SEC primary” block that will pick its candidate on March 1.