In the middle of a Wisconsin runway, next to Air Force One, President Donald Trump spoke harshly on Monday, Aug. 17, about Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, and his running mate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), and criticized his leftist policies.
“Voters of Wisconsin face a simply choice, do you want to be ruled by the radical left mob or do you want to stand tall as free men and women in the greatest country on Earth and keep it that way,” said President Trump.
“Joe Biden is just a Trojan horse for socialism, he is, he’s a Trojan horse. He has no clue, but the people around are tough and they’re smart but we disagree with them very very strongly. They’re mean and they’re angry,” he added, as reported by TownHall.
Regarding civil unrest led by radical groups that have wreaked havoc across the country, President Trump blamed Democrats for covering up their actions and minimizing their attacks while condemning the intervention of federal forces.
“They will turn every city into a Portland and they wouldn’t mind,” President Trump said. “No one will be safe in a Biden run America,” he added.
As Real Clear Politics pointed out, Wisconsin, which has traditionally voted for Democratic presidents until the election of Donald Trump in 2016, is one of the toughest battlegrounds for the 2020 election.
Another key Midwestern state visited by President Trump was Minnesota, where he declared the upcoming U.S. elections as a “crunch time.”
At the Minneapolis track, Trump spoke to some 150 supporters, half of them wearing masks, who chanted, “Four More Years.” Trump told them that the Democrats will remove the constitutional amendment to carry guns, as reported by Real Clear Politics.
“This election is about the survival of our nation. Joe Biden is the puppet of left-wing extremists trying to erase our borders, eliminate our police, indoctrinate our children, vilify our heroes, and replace American freedom with left-wing fascism,” Trump said.
Today, Tuesday, Trump is expected to confront Biden on immigration policy when he visits Yuma, Arizona. He also hopes to make a trip to Pennsylvania before Joe Biden’s welcome speech in his home state.