US President Donald Trump initiated his 2020 reelection campaign, thrashing up a crowd of at least 20,000 with a nationalist vanity about the US economy being the “envy” of the world and alerting that opposition Democrats want to “destroy” the nation. Pledging the packed arena in Orlando, Florida an “ earthquake at the ballot box”. Pledging the packed arena in Orlando, Florida an “ earthquake at the ballot box”, the US President said, “we did it once and we’re going to do it again — and this time we’re going to finish the job. ”

He also added, “our economy is the envy of the world ”,  resonated the US leader, who is gambling that string job growth will assist entice the country to provide him a second term. The US President told the crowd, “ we are going to keep America great again”, he also added, “ oh we will keep it so great. Better than ever before”.

He also added, “and that is why tonight I stand before you to officially launch my campaign for a second term as president of the United States. ”

Hitting a striking remark, the US President, cheered the crowd to disapprove the journalists covering the event, calling them “fake news”.

The republican then revolved in the Democrats, charging them of seeking to “ rip your counter apart”. He said, “our radical Democrat opponents are driven by hatred, prejudice, and rage. They want to destroy you and they want to destroy our country as we know it. He also added, “Not acceptable. It’s not going to happen. ”

Even if depressing early poll numbers present he confronts a tough race, the US President goes into the reelection fight buoyed by ascending GDP, low unemployment, and confidence in the fierce loyalty of his right-wing base.

The US President charged by rivals of wide-ranging deception – told the crowd that together they had devised “a great political movement” that had “ stared down a broken and corrupt political establishment.”

Related Articles
Next Story
Going Viral
Former US Diplomats “Worry” President Trump’s Remarks May Hit Indo-US Ties

Former US Diplomats “Worry” President Trump’s Remarks May Hit Indo-US Ties

by Chandrani Sarkar July 23, 2019
On Monday, the United States President Donald Trump claims that the Indian Prime Minister has sought for his intervention on Kashmir issue will distract Indo-US relations, said a former US diplomat. New Delhi has already dismissed President Trump’s remarks which he made during a meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, claims India’s consistent position has been such fine issues with the neighboring nation are discussed bilaterally only. India’s Former...