President Trump is in fine form after being cleared of the CCP Virus (coronavirus), and this was evident on Tuesday evening, Oct. 13, as he alighted from Air Force One at John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport, Pennsylvania.

A crowd of 6,000 up to 10,000 and still growing was there to meet him, with some lining up for 10 hours in anticipation of the president’s arrival.

The enthusiastic crowd began chanting “four more years” when the president appeared at 7.30 p.m. as he began his criticism of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Sen. Kamala Harris.

“Biden is the single-worst candidate in the history of presidential politics,” President Trump said. “If he wins, the radical left will be running the country.”

The president said Harris is “farther left than Nancy Pelosi.”

“If Biden wins, China wins, it’s that simple. … He abused you. He crushed your dreams. He outsources your jobs to China and around the world. … And we brought back steel,” President Trump told the enthusiastic crowd.

The president targeted Biden’s refusal to say if he intends to pack the Supreme Court should he win the election.

“He said the voters don’t deserve to know. You know what I did, I gave you a list. There were 45 people on that list, and every one of them is a star,” the president added.

“If they win, the Democrats will pack the Supreme Court with leftist judges. You can forget about your guns,” President Trump cautioned, as the crowd chanted “Fill that seat,” reported TribLive.

Pennsylvania is Trump country, and when the president showed some fine dance moves to the Village People’s “YMCA” after the rally, it sent the crowd into raptures.

Biden issued a statement on Tuesday morning before President Trump’s campaign stop in Johnstown in which he said,

As president, I will fight for the workers and families in Johnstown who are tired of President Trump’s broken promises and failed leadership.

I will bring good-paying union jobs to communities like Johnstown, raise wages, and create economic opportunity for all Pennsylvanians.

And I will protect your health care and work alongside you as we rebuild a better economy—an economy that works for families in Johnstown, not just the folks on Wall Street.