Trump Holds Huge 2020 Event In Virginia – Will He Flip It To Red In November? (VIDEO)

Could Trump flip Virginia to red in November?

It’s certainly possible. Virginia has gone red in other elections and since the Democrats too control there at the beginning of this year, they have overplayed their had on a number of issues, particularly gun control.

Conservatives who live there are fired up, and many people who used to vote Democrat will be voting for Trump.

He held a massive campaign event there on Friday night.

FOX News has details:

President Trump ties Biden to Virginia governor at rally in effort to portray Dem as extreme

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President Trump took his stump speech into a key “purple” state Friday, telling Virginians their Gov. Ralph Northam represents the kind of governance they’ll get on a national scale if they vote for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in November.

“Only by voting for me can you save your country and can you save your Second Amendment,” Trump declared while speaking outside a hangar at Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport.

The president also argued that by backing Northam, a physician who supports late-term abortion, Biden had backed the governor’s opposition to life-saving medical care for infants born alive after abortions — as well as Northam’s pro-gun control agenda. Although Biden campaigned with Northam in 2017, he later called for the governor’s resignation in response to photos that allegedly showed Northam in blackface.

According to the Virginian-Pilot of Norfolk, hundreds of people attended Friday’s rally, for which doors opened at 6 p.m. ET, although people started lining up long before that.

Look at the size of the crowd:

Here are some clips:

Watch the whole thing below:

If Trump is campaigning in Virginia, his team believes he has a chance there.

 

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