Trump Talks Fracking And Energy Jobs At Outdoor Campaign Event In Erie, Pennsylvania (VIDEO)

Trump held an outdoor campaign event in Erie, Pennsylvania on Tuesday night and kept much of the focus on fracking and jobs.

The energy sector in Pennsylvania has flourished under Trump, and despite Joe Biden’s denials, he has gone on record multiple times as an opponent of fracking.

Trump reminded the audience of this.

FOX News has details:

Trump touts fracking policy in Pennsylvania rally, says Biden ‘will shut it all down’

President Trump told backers at an Erie, Pa., rally Tuesday night that the battleground state is crucial to his chances of winning re-election, and his stance on fracking is crucial to the Keystone state.

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“You know if we win Pennsylvania we win the whole thing,” Trump said.

Trump spent the rally promoting his pro-fracking stance in comparison to his challenger, Democratic candidate Joe Biden’s somewhat mercurial position on the subject.

“The Democrat Party hate fracking, they hate coal, good beautiful clean coal,” Trump said Tuesday night. “They hate American energy and Joe Biden will shut it all down.”

Trump used his rally in Erie to show why he thinks he would be better for American energy policy and used a portion of the event to show a campaign clip of Biden’s and vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris’ stances on fracking.

Here are some clips:

Watch the whole thing below. Trump enters at the 58 minute mark:

People will be watching Pennsylvania very closely on election night.

 

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