Trump Slams Joe Biden And Chris Wallace During Campaign Event In Duluth, Minnesota (VIDEO)

President Trump returned to Minnesota for a campaign event in Duluth on Wednesday.

It was his first event after the first debate on Tuesday night, and Trump used the opportunity to call out Joe Biden and debate moderator Chris Wallace.

The crowd definitely agreed with Trump’s assessment.

KSTP News reports:

President Trump visits Duluth for campaign event

President Donald Trump visited Minnesota again on Wednesday, underlining the state’s significance as a battleground state in the presidential election.

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Trump arrived ahead of his predetermined time of 4:15 p.m. into the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport. He later joined a private fundraiser in Shorewood before heading up to Duluth for a campaign rally at 8 p.m. at Duluth International Airport.

Trump proclaimed his debate performance was a smashing success during the rally.

“Last night I did what the corrupt media has refused to do,” Trump said. “I held Joe Biden accountable for his 47 years of failure.”

While some Republicans feared that Trump’s debate performance was too aggressive, he gave himself high marks as he left Washington. He had spent much of the day assailing Biden and debate moderator Chris Wallace on social media.

“If you ever became president you have to deal with some of the toughest people in the world,” Trump said at his Duluth rally. “And Chris Wallace is very very easy by comparison.”

It was a huge crowd:

Here are a couple of clips:

Watch the whole thing below:

Trump is working very hard to win Minnesota in 2020.

 

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