Nikki Fried Trashes Republicans Ahead of Trump Rally

Trump heads back to base for 2020 campaign kickoff

Trump heads back to base for 2020 campaign kickoff

The Orlando Sentinel's editorial board on Tuesday endorsed, well, anyone else over President Donald Trump for 2020.

Campaign advisers say Trump will seek to connect his first term to the goals he hopes to achieve with four more years as president.

In an editorial published Tuesday, the Sentinel, which has mostly supported Republican presidents since the 1950s, said they've seen "enough" after two and a half years of Mr. Trump's presidency. "The Democrats, just like in 2016, are making the enormous mistake that the way to win in 2020 is to play it safe".

Trump spoke fondly of his 2016 run, calling it "a defining moment in American history".

"So right now, let every demonic network that has aligned itself against the goal, against the calling of President Trump, let it be broken, let it be torn down in the name of Jesus", she exclaimed. "Not so for Trump, who claimed in 2017 that he lost the popular vote because millions of people voted illegally (they didn't)". He has held dozens of rallies around the country since his inauguration and filed paperwork for his reelection just hours after being sworn in.

He thanked supporters for believing in the campaign and believing that they could make America great again. Back then, he successfully appealed to disaffected voters who felt left behind by economic dislocation and demographic shifts.

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"This is something Democrats have to face very quickly", Wilson added.

Another leading Democratic contender, Vermont Sen. Trump said. "That was their mistake".

President Trump touted his record on jobs, manufacturing, illegal immigration and the Supreme Court.

President Trump vowed to push America into new "medical frontiers" at a campaign rally on Tuesday evening, saying the United States will eradicate AIDS and cure cancer.

While Trump bested Clinton there in 2016, a Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday found Biden leading Trump 50%-41%, and Sanders besting him 48%-42%.

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