Trump Holds Huge Outdoor 2020 Campaign Event In Mosinee, Wisconsin (VIDEO)

Trump wowed the people of Wisconsin with a huge outdoor campaign event in Mosinee this week.

The crowd was massive and seemed very happy about Trump’s visit.

Of course, this was all about the election. Trump won Wisconsin in 2016 and hopes to hold on to the state in 2020.

He wasted no time going after his opponents.

FOX News has details:

Trump opens Wisconsin rally blasting Biden for ‘disastrous global sellouts’ that ‘surrendered’ US jobs

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President Trump started off his Thursday rally in Mosinee, Wis., by slamming his 2020 opponent Joe Biden, accusing the former vice president of overseeing mass outsourcing of American jobs, and “selling out” the Midwest’s industry.

“Joe Biden devoted his entire career to offshoring Wisconsin jobs, outsourcing your factories, throwing open your borders, dragging us into endless, ridiculous foreign wars and surrendering your children’s future to China,” Trump said.

The president pointed out that Biden was outside his hometown of Scranton, Pa., that evening for a town hall event. He accused Biden of “taking softball questions from [CNN’s] Anderson Cooper.”

He mocked Biden and CNN for choosing to make the event a “drive-in” style function, with about 35 cars parking at the MLB minor league Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders’ stadium in Moosic, Pa…

“Biden has supported every disastrous global sellout for half a century, including NAFTA, … [and] China’s entry into the World Trade Organization, the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) — he supported them all,” the president continued, calling his opponent by the nickname “Sleepy.”

Here are some clips:

Watch the whole thing below. Trump enters at the 41 minute mark:

Will Wisconsin go for Trump again this year? It sure looks that way.

 

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