AT LEAST three Trump supporters needed "medical attention" in scorching 84F heat at a Florida rally on Thursday.

The emergency came after dozens of supporters were reportedly left in the freezing cold at a rally in Omaha, Nebraska on Tuesday night.

Speakers called out at least three medical emergencies ahead of Trump's arrival in Tampa, The Daily Mail reported.

One user said Florida Gov Ron DeSantis wsa onstage trying to help get medical attention to those suffering due to the heat.

Pictures showed crowds packed together in the sweltering temperatures.

The medical emergencies came as the president was set to speak to supporters in Tampa, Florida – with just five days until the presidential election.

Florida is considered a key battleground state in the 2020 presidential election.

Trump previously claimed victory in Florida in the 2016 election against Hillary Clinton.

Earlier this week, hundreds of Trump supporters were left stranded outside Omaha's Eppley Airfield after the president finished speaking in Nebraska.

As buses that were meant to carry supporters could not navigate airport roads, rally-goers were left in the freezing cold for hours, The Washington Post reported.

At least 30 people needed medical attention, and seven were hospitalized "with a variety of medical conditions" following the rally, Omaha police spokesman Michael Pecha told The Post.

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