On Sunday, the Trump War Room Twitter account shared a news clip from left-wing network MSNBC where a young voter caught them off guard as she praised President Donald Trump.
“I would like to tell Donald Trump to keep on fighting the good fight, you know, keep doing what he’s doing!” the Minnesota voter said on MSNBC.
100 Percent Fed Up reported: “The MSNBC reporter asks Erickson, “What are some of the things you think he’s [President Trump] done?” The reporter was taken off guard when the female Trump supporter had a laundry list of Trump’s accomplishments ready to share with his audience, including some of the key policies Trump has implemented to specifically help Black Americans, and how he’s effectively dealt with the COVID pandemic. Near the end of her commentary, the young, female Trump supporter calls out Democrats for their hypocrisy regarding Trump.”
The Trump campaign is performing well in Minnesota and believe it is a state that they can win.
“The fact that Biden is spending one of his first above ground excursions in Minnesota shows he’s on defense,” said Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien. “That would be like our campaign scheduling a trip to the reddest state in the country. It shows how the president has changed the map and how Joe Biden and the Democrats’ radical policies aren’t playing in the Midwest like they used to.”
Check out what The Hill reported:
President Trump’s reelection campaign says it has reserved $14 million in air time in Minnesota between Labor Day and Election Day as polls show a tight race in a state that the Republican presidential nominee has not carried since 1972.
Speaking on a conference call with reporters, Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller said Minnesota represents one of the president’s best opportunities to expand the map in 2020.
“We’re going all-in on Minnesota,” Miller said. “We think it’s a state we can win.”
The Democratic presidential winning streak in Minnesota is the longest in the country.
President Obama won Minnesota by nearly 8 points in 2012. Democrat Hillary Clinton carried the state by 1.5 points over Trump, despite neither campaign going on the airwaves there in 2016. Obama won 42 counties in Minnesota in 2012, compared to nine that went for Clinton in 2016.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s campaign is taking the challenge from Trump seriously.
The Biden campaign went up with a new round of television ads in Minnesota this week and has about $3 million reserved there between Labor Day and Election Day.
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