HIGH ENERGY: Trump Holding 14 Different Rallies In Last Three Days Of Campaign

In the last three days of the 2020 campaign, Trump is going all out and holding multiple rallies in different states.

This strategy worked well for him in 2016, so the campaign is obviously going with it again.

You have to admire the man’s energy and dedication.

He is working for every single vote.

The Hill reports:

Trump to hold 14 rallies in final three days of campaign

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President Trump will hold 14 rallies in the three days before Election Day, focusing a final blitz of appearances on Pennsylvania and the Midwest.

The Trump campaign on Friday announced the president’s schedule through Nov. 2, and the president teased that he may travel on Election Day itself. Trump trails Democratic nominee Joe Biden in several swing states, though he maintains a path to the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency.

In a nod to the importance of winning Pennsylvania in order to secure a second term, Trump will hold four rallies in the Keystone State on Saturday.

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The president will then hold five rallies on Sunday, all in states he won in 2016 but where he is now on defense against Biden: Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

Trump will hold five more rallies on Monday on the eve of Election Day. He will stop in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, along with two events in Michigan. His final event will be in Grand Rapids, Mich., the same city where he held his final rally of the 2016 campaign.

It’s amazing to learn who is actually showing up for these events:

Could you keep this schedule?

Just as he did in 2016, Trump is showing America that he wants the job.


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