President Trump Takes The Fight To Joe Biden In Pennsylvania (VIDEO)

President Trump won Pennsylvania in 2016 and Democrats desperately want to win it back. It may even be one of the reasons they nominated Joe Biden, who is originally from there.

This week, Trump visited Pennsylvania and reminded voters in the state why they elected him four years ago.

The Associated Press reports:

Bidding for Pennsylvania, Trump trolls Biden in old backyard

Determined to keep Pennsylvania in his column, President Donald Trump took the fight to Joe Biden’s old backyard Thursday and insisted his Democratic rival would be the state’s “worst nightmare” if elected president.

In a particularly in-your-face bit of campaign trolling, Trump staged a small rally just outside the former vice president’s birthplace in Scranton mere hours before Biden was to formally accept the Democratic presidential nomination.

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The campaign framed Trump’s speech as a review of “a half-century of Joe Biden failing America,” and the location pointed to the importance of Pennsylvania as a battleground state.

“Joe Biden is no friend of Pennsylvania — he is your worst nightmare,” Trump declared.

Trump sought to diminish Biden’s ties to Scranton. The former vice president often spotlights his early years in the northeast Pennsylvania city as evidence of his middle-class upbringing…

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“He’ll remind us that he was born in Scranton, but you know he left like 70 years ago, right?” Trump said.

Here are some clips of Trump’s remarks:

You can watch the whole thing below:

Pennsylvania will be a key state once again in 2020.

Keep an eye on it on election night.


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