Trump voiced confidence Monday in his ability to win a repeat victory in Pennsylvania in 2020
President Donald Trump voiced confidence Monday in his capacity to win a repeat victory in Pennsylvania in 2020 and took a clean swipe at one among his leading Democratic rivals, telling rally goers that native son Joe Biden had deserted them through representing Delaware in the Senate.
Trump’s Pennsylvania visit, intended to boost Republican congressional candidate Fred Keller over Democrat Marc Friedenberg in a Tuesday special election for an open House seat, had as much to do with helping his own reelection prospects as it did with pushing Keller over the finish line.
“We’ve got to win tomorrow, Fred,” Trump told a cheering rally crowd at a hangar at Williamsport Regional Airport.
“He left you for another state, and he didn’t take care of you,” Trump said. He also referred to the former vice president by the nickname he has coined for him: “Sleepy Joe.”
“Sleepy Joe said that he’s running to, quote, ‘save the world,’” Trump said. “Well, he was. He was going to save every country but ours.”
CTM News | 21st May 2019