Trump Talks Law Enforcement And Jobs To Enthusiastic Crowd At Wisconsin Rally (VIDEO)

Trump held a rally in Wisconsin on Saturday night with a crowd that was enthusiastic despite the cold weather.

The president discussed a wide range of topics including the economy, jobs, law enforcement and more. He also took the fight to Joe Biden and the Democrats.

Trump won Wisconsin in 2016 and he seems confident that he will win the state again this year.

Breitbart News provides some details:

8:35 PM: Trump briefly talks about criminal justice reform before asking voters if they want to vote for a candidate supported by anti-American rioters or someone supported by law enforcement officers.

8:31 PM: Trump says “deals are being made” when Democrats are raising so much money. He says just look at Biden’s family before saying nobody is hurt by the war on cops than African-Americans.

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He says a large percentage of police officers are African-Americans. He says murders in cities run by Democrats have increased by more than 30% and more than half of the victims are African-Americans.

Trump says Biden ignores these Americans and he never will.

8:26 PM: Trump says nobody is talking about the 1,000+ police officers who have been attacked. He says the anti-police rhetoric on the left is causing this and puts police officers in harm’s way. He says Biden referred to police officers as the “enemy” and vilifies them as oppressive racists.

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Trump then says he doesn’t think Biden believes this because he is so out of it.

Here are some clips:

Watch the whole thing below:

We’re now in the final stretch.

Trump is certainly working hard for every vote.


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