Trump Focuses On Energy And Jobs During Campaign Event In Johnstown, Pennsylvania (VIDEO)

President Trump held an outdoor campaign event in Johnstown, Pennsylvania on Tuesday night.

For much of the rally, he focused on the energy sector, specifically fracking and jobs, pointing out how bad Joe Biden would be in this area.

It was a big crowd and there was plenty of high energy to go around.

FOX Business has details:

President Trump told a rally on Tuesday in the battleground state of Pennsylvania that Democratic nominee Joe Biden would destroy the state’s economy.

Speaking at Johnstown Airport, Trump warned about the alleged impact of Democrats’ energy agenda, and he credited his agenda with protecting steel and coal, both of which have historically contributed to the state’s economy. He also focused on fracking by highlighting Biden and his running mate’s position on the issue.

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“If he wins, the radical left will be running the country. He won’t be running the country. The radical left will take over. And how about Pennsylvania? So, he says there will be no fracking. No fracking. This went on for a year and a half. No fracking. No fracking, no fracking … You talk about [a] politician, no fracking for a year and a half, right? And then he goes to Pennsylvania — says, no, no, there’ll be fracking, like nothing happened.”

Trump went on to argue that Pennsylvania would lose jobs under a Biden presidency: “There will be no petroleum products, there will be no fracking whatsoever. And did you see his party now is really angry at him because he’s saying maybe there’ll be fracking. It’s a very conditional — you know, it’s a very weak. But with me, you’re going to frack. You’re going to frack.”

Here are some clips:

Watch the whole thing below:

Trump is in good shape in Pennsylvania.

If his supporters show up to vote, he should win there.

 

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