President Donald Trump is toughening the law - and - his message of order, which he plans to issue over the next two months against former Vice President Joe Biden, by stepping up the attacks that his campaign believes will resonate on the battlefield - state voters. Trump campaign aides are feeling emboldened after Trump responded to mass rallies against racial injustice with a crackdown on protesters, portraying Biden as weak.
If there was one, it was a group of big Italians in New York trying to take power, and Biden was silent as the extremists - left-wing rioters viciously attacked the police in the Democratic city - attacked the police, burned down shops, terrorized civilians, marched through the streets, chanting "Death to America." The rally comes a day after Biden visited Kenosha, Wisconsin, following the riots. Vice President Mike Pence held a "Workers for Trump" rally at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Tuesday night in response to the violence in Milwaukee.
I kept my promise to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania when we ended the nightmare of NAFTA and signed it, which is actually working well now. The good news is that we have a court case to win in Pennsylvania, and we will win that next year, which is one of the most important court cases in US history.
Biden's path to Pennsylvania is still seen as a chance to win back Michigan and Wisconsin. Trump won two other blue-collar states, as well as Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio, Florida, Wisconsin and New Jersey, which he won back. While Democrats still have a significant advantage in voter registration in these states, the number of Republican new registrations exceeds the number of newer Democrats registered in this cycle. Many political observers believe that the state - home to many white, older voters - could become even more favorable to Republicans, as more than half of those who voted Democratic in 1992 and won Trump in 2016 voted Democratic. We passed criminal justice reform, we did things that Obama never would have done, and we have achieved the highest economic growth ever recorded, except for the China virus.
How do you like the idea of tearing down the statue of President George W. Bush, the first black president of the United States?
If your phone call was perfect and you were doing the same job, you would say it was the greatest job you have ever seen. If you were a Democrat or any other president, if you hadn't wasted a year and a half of your life on this ridiculous impeachment process, I would have done all this stuff. It was based on the fact that I did it, and I'm a member of the House of Representatives, not the Senate.
And I'm going to criticize the fake news media that is back with their fake polls and fake polls, "he said. That includes a section in which he argues that the president is in a better position than he was in 2016, citing the shrinking advantage of Democratic voter registration. Clinton did relatively well in Philadelphia, but Trump benefited in Wisconsin and Michigan, and even if she lost, Clinton would win Pennsylvania's two largest cities, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, as well as the state's largest city, Harrisburg.
We have a governor in New York who has 36 000 dead, who would have been even better off than the number is, if he had taken power, make no mistake, he would be much better off. I read that a large percentage of people who die in this country die because Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo are running New Yorkers incompetently. If we take over New Jersey, take that number and take Cuomo away from disaster, that's a disaster for Cuomo.
If you look at natural gas, the investments we made in Pennsylvania and the investments we made in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, And that was record - record. The state has done and will do a great job in terms of investment in energy, energy production and infrastructure.
This is a Commonwealth in which the heroes of Gettysburg saved the Union, in which generations of tough, strong Pennsylvania workers mined coal, worked on the railroad, and forged the steel that made the United States the second largest steel producer in the world in the twentieth century. And now we have a president who stands for America and stands with the great people of Pennsylvania. We stand for the Pennsylvania Patriots, who have given everything for their country and their state and for the future of our country.
He actually had a Gallup poll where he got very good marks for his job, but he said it was one of the worst jobs he's done. And when I asked him if he was willing to destroy the anti-energy agenda being pushed by the fossil-fuel industry and its allies in Congress, he didn't know what the answer was.