President Trump drew thousands of largely mask-less supporters as he began a final-week charge through nearly a dozen states ahead of the election. The President hit three key cities in Pennsylvania as tens of thousands of supporters showed up at his rallies.
The President made stops in Allentown, Martinsburg, and Lititz as he drew massive crowds at each event cheering him on.
“It’s a choice between a Trump boom or a Biden lockdown,” Trump claimed at a rally in Allentown, focusing on the economy and the possibility of lost jobs. Trump said that Biden, with his concerns about the virus spread, has “waved a white flag on life.”
He rejected Biden’s comments that the nation is facing a “dark winter,” saying, “No it’s not going to be a dark winter. It’s going to be a great winter. It’s going to be a great spring.”
While the President was in Pennsylvania, Vice-President Pence was at a rally in Hibbing, Minnesota, where support continues to grow for the President has He and Pence gain grown on the Biden/Harris lead the mainstream media polling claims they have.
President Trump then returned to the White House after three stops in Pennsylvania to celebrate the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett, his third Supreme Court Justice in his first four years, a record for any President.