Trump Holds 2020 Outdoor Campaign Event In Winston-Salem, North Carolina (VIDEO)

Just as he did in 2016, President Trump is working hard for every single vote.

On Tuesday of this week, he held a campaign event outdoors in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

The event was filled to the allowable capacity.

Trump wasted no time going after Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

FOX News reports:

President Trump argued to supporters in North Carolina on Tuesday night that Sen. Kamala Harris is “further left” than Sen. Bernie Sanders, the self-described Democratic socialist and a favorite of the progressive left.

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Ripping into the 2020 Democratic ticket, Trump said that his opponent Joe Biden had formed an “unholy alliance with the most extreme and dangerous elements of the radical left.”

“You know who’s further left than crazy Bernie? Kamala,” the president continued. “She could never be the first woman president. That would be an insult to our country.”

He added that he wanted to see a woman president — just not Harris.

Trump added that Biden is a “nicer person but not smart.”

He said that the left is running the Democratic Party, adding “you don’t want to be dealing with the left. These people are stone-cold crazy.”

He told the crowd of North Carolinians, about half of whom wore masks, that “your state should be open,” to boisterous cheers.

Here are some clips:

Watch the whole thing below. Trump enters at the 19:45 mark:

Trump is in good shape but he is taking nothing for granted.

It’s smart politics.

 

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