Supporters at President TrumpDonald John TrumpStephen Miller: Trump to further crackdown on illegal immigration if he wins US records 97,000 new COVID-19 cases, shattering daily record Biden leads Trump by 8 points nationally: poll MORE’s rally in Hershey, Pa., on Tuesday expressed frustration with House Democrats after they unveiled articles of impeachment against the president earlier in the day.

In a segment NBC News released on Tuesday night, reporter Monica Alba spoke to a number of supporters as they waited in line ahead of the rally about the latest development in the impeachment inquiry. 

“Every time the Democrats do something outrageous to push for this nonsensical impeachment, it motivates me to make another $25 donation to the campaign,” one man donning a “Make America Great Again” hat and a pin bearing the same slogan told the network.

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“I swear as long as I live I will never vote for a Democrat again,” he said, adding, “I don’t care if it's my best friend or a relative of mine. I will never vote for a Democrat as long as I live.” 

One woman, also wearing “Make America Great Again” apparel, said she believed the impeachment inquiry is "really going to help him in the election.”

“People are fed up with the Democrats, how they’re acting,” she added.

A third supporter wearing red, white and blue strings on her hat said she was “breaking up” over the news of the impeachment articles, which charge the president with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress over his dealings with Ukraine.

“And I’m very upset today,” she said. “I’m glad I’m here. But I think it’s so hard because he’s done such a great job and this is the way that he’s being treated. It's very upsetting to me.” 

House Democrats unveiled their articles of impeachment against Trump 11 weeks after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced the formal launch of the impeachment inquiry.

Trump lashed out at the impeachment efforts during his rally Tuesday night, calling it "the lightest, weakest impeachment.”

“They’re impeaching me. You want to know why? Because they want to win an election,” Trump asserted.

His rally in Pennsylvania marks his first in the swing state in several months.

Trump won Pennsylvania with 48.2 percent of the vote in 2016. Then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonTrump may continue to campaign after Election Day if results are not finalized: report Hillicon Valley: Biden campaign slams Facebook after thousands of ads blocked | Majority of voters in three swing states saw ads on social media questioning election validity: poll | Harris more often the target of online misinformation Analysis: Where the swing states stand in Trump-Biden battle MORE won 47.5 percent. 

A poll released last month by Muhlenberg College and Morning Call showed former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden leads Trump by 8 points nationally: poll Ivanka Trump raises million in a week for father's campaign On The Money: McConnell says Congress will take up stimulus package at start of 2021 | Lawmakers see better prospects for COVID deal after election MORE and Sens. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenWarren has expressed interest in being Biden's Treasury secretary: report The Democrats' 50 state strategy never reached rural America What a Biden administration should look like MORE (D-Mass.) and Bernie SandersBernie SandersTlaib, Ocasio-Cortez offer bill to create national public banking system Cutting defense spending by 10 percent would debilitate America's military The Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by Facebook - Election night could be a bit messy MORE (I-Vt.) each leading the president by 5 points or more in the state.