Trump Holds Huge Outdoor Campaign Event In Gastonia, North Carolina (VIDEO)

Trump spoke to a huge crowd of supporters in North Carolina on Wednesday night.

He used the opportunity to outline the successes of his first term and also to frame Joe Biden as a terrible choice for the country.

At one point, he talked about Obama stepping in to campaign for Biden and how that didn’t work out too well for Hillary in 2016.

FOX News has details:

Trump downplays Obama’s return to campaign trail, says he was ‘all over the place’ for Hillary Clinton

President Trump dismissed Barack Obama’s potential impact on the 2020 election on Wednesday after his predecessor returned to the campaign trail to rally support for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

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Trump told supporters in Gastonia, N.C., that it “took forever” for Obama to publicly support Biden’s bid for the presidency. The president detailed a conversation with a staffer who said Obama’s comeback could be “bad news” for his re-election campaign.

“Somebody said, ‘Sir, maybe this isn’t good. President Obama’s campaigning for Sleepy Joe Biden.’ I said, ‘That’s good news or bad news? Tell me, are you saying it’s good or it’s bad?’ ‘Well, I guess it’s bad.’ No, it’s good,” Trump said at the rally. “There is nobody that campaigned harder for ‘Crooked’ Hillary Clinton than Obama. He was all over the place.”

Trump noted he overcame Obama’s efforts to campaign on Hillary Clinton’s behalf prior to the 2016 election.

“He said ‘he will not be our president.’ Before that, he said ‘he will not run.’ Then I ran. Then he said, ‘he will not get the nomination.’ Then I got the nomination. Then he said, ‘he will not be our president.’ Then I won,” Trump added. “The only one more unhappy than Crooked Hillary that night was Barack Hussein Obama.”

Here are some clips:

Watch the whole thing below. Trump enters at the 24 minute mark:

When you look at the size and enthusiasm of that crowd, it’s easy to see how Trump will win the state in November.

 

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