WILKES-BARRE TOWNSHIP -- It's a raucous atmosphere outside the Mohegan Sun Arena near Wilkes-Barre as supporters wait for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Dozens of the Trump faithful were chanting, "Lock her up! Lock her up!" outside the arena's east gate in support of Trump.
By the time Trump arrives, it will be dark outside, but many people lined up here since early Monday morning.
"Because I'd like to be up in the front!" said Marcelina Romez of Tamaqua.
"The line was so long last time we came here, I just wanted to be first in line to see him," said Tyler Horsefield of Berwick.
"I think that this is the greatest man alive here, and he should definitely be our president," said another supporter.
Many people brought buttons and hats supporting Trump. One guy wore a shirt advocating Hillary for prison.
"It's where she belongs. She's a liar, a criminal," said Michael Shoemaker of Berwick.
Another woman came holding an old family photo.
"This is my family, who came here in 1883, and here's their signatures here. Let's do it again. Legalize it. Sign here to get here. That's the way it should be. Come here the right way," said Barabra Lohmann of Plains Township.
And it seems every Trump supporter also brought with them their own reasons why they thought Trump's controversial comments about women, first brought to light Friday, were no big deal to them.
"It was just words, locker talk, period, so what? so what?" said Elizabeth Depinski of Tamaqua.
"I think he's a human being, and we all say things that are inappropriate at times, and It's unfortunate he was recorded in a private moment," said Mary Bishop of Atlantic City, New Jersey.
"Sticks and stones don't break my bones! Words don't harm me!" said Jessica Lane of Nanticoke.
You might be familiar with the Donald Trump truck. It has some of the famous slogans he's used in his campaign, like "Build the wall." Now, businessman Bob Bolus has a new truck. He debuted an anti-Hillary Clinton truck Monday afternoon saying it represents a story about her political life.
"Maybe somebody doesn't want to say what they believe. We do, and I've said that from day one," said Bolus. "She's a liar. She's lied. She's jeopardized the American security, the American people. She's covered up everything."
Wilkes-Barre Township police are directing traffic outside of the arena. Police are warning drivers to expect traffic congestion until about 10:30 p.m. around the arena and parts of the Wyoming Valley Mall. They advise drivers to avoid those areas and take alternative routes.