Sling TV makes it possible for those without cable to watch Donald Trump speeches, rallies, and more.
Upcoming Donald Trump live streams today:
5/5/2016 7 p.m. ET Rally in Charleston, WV (embedded below via Right Side Broadcasting)
Republican front-runner Donald Trump is inching closer to securing the GOP presidential nomination. Following the third edition of Super Tuesday, Trump increased his delegates total to 673. Also, Trump came out triumphant in Florida, Illinois, Missouri, and North Carolina increasing his total state wins to 19. Are you without cable but want to watch the Donald Trump live stream? Read on.
With most of the coverage of Trump’s campaign broadcast on cable networks, many people wonder if they can watch the latest news on Trump. Thankfully, there are viable options for supporters to watch a Donald Trump live stream today of his speeches, rallies, news, and more without a cable subscription.
Check out the full guide to legal Donald Trump live streaming below.
Watch Donald Trump Live Stream Today with Sling TV
The best streaming service to use if you’re looking to watch Donald Trump’s speeches, rallies, primary results, and more online is Sling TV. With Sling TV, you can view a full live stream of many channels, including CNN and Newsy (news channel for younger Americans), in its basic package. The CNN network presents live broadcasts of speeches and rallies as they air and always offers exclusive primary coverage. This presents you with an excellent way to watch a Donald Trump live stream.
The basic package for Sling TV includes a live stream and rotating selection of on-demand episodes and over 20 channels for just $20 a month. There’s no contract required, so you can drop the service at any time.
Sling TV allows you to watch the Donald Trump live stream on many devices and your TV. With a streaming player, such as a Roku, Amazon Fire TV, or Chromecast, you can watch Donald Trump online from your TV in the comfort of your home. For people that don’t have a streaming player, no problem. Right now, when you sign up for 3 months of Sling TV service, you can buy a free Roku 2 or receive 50% off the Roku 3 streaming player. This is an amazing deal for people planning to buy a streaming player as the Roku 2 retails at $69.99 — this means you get 3 months of Sling TV service and a Roku 2 streaming device for $10 less than the streaming device usually costs! You can stream content from Sling TV on smartphones, tablets, and computers. Aren’t sure if Sling TV is right for you? Check out our full review to learn more.
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PlayStation Vue Provides A Way to Watch Donald Trump Live Stream
Sony’s PlayStation Vue offers a great selection of news channels, including CNN, FOX News, and MSNBC. All these channels offer prime coverage of campaign events and election night coverage making it a viable option to watch Donald Trump online.
PlayStation Vue now offers live cable channels nationwide, however, live local channels such as NBC, ABC, FOX, and CBS are still only available in Chicago, New York City, Dallas, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Philadelphia. If you aren’t in one of those seven cities, however, local channels are available on demand, next day. Starting at just $29.99 a month, Vue’s basic plan provides access to over 55 cable TV channels and is only available on PS3/PS4, iPad, Amazon Fire TV devices, and Chromecast.
Check out our full PlayStation Vue guide to find more features and details on the streaming service.
Live Stream Donald Trump on YouTube
YouTube is often a viable option to live stream Donald Trump’s campaign events, rallies, speeches, and more. After the conclusion of speeches and events, YouTube provides full uploads of the events, giving people a way to watch Donald Trump online.
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