President Trump is hard at work to ensure Republican victories across America. His inspiring presence on the campaign trail is doing a great deal to sway Americans to vote red. If anything, the voting results of 2019 don’t seem to indicate any serious threats to the Republican party going into 2020.
However, to lock in the inevitability of victory for the Right, Trump headed to Louisiana to keep everyone fired up for the 2020 elections.
Trump supporters filing out of rally early in Louisiana. These photos taken around 8:45p local time, about one hour into speech. pic.twitter.com/bLoO9tbsNf
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) November 7, 2019
Trump began his speech endorsing Eddie Rispone, the Republican candidate for governor, in his battle against incumbent John Bel Edwards, a Democrat.
“You know, I’m really here for a little different reason. It’s called early voting. You believe it? That’s how much I like Eddie. I’m here for early voting.”
The president then reminded Americans of the disdain Democrats have towards him, his administration and the rest of the Republican party. Specifically, Trump focused on calling out the impeachment hoax and how the Dems are “becoming increasingly totalitarian.”
“But while we are delivering safety and prosperity for Americans, the radical left Democrats are trying to rip our nation apart.”
Overall, Trump’s rally in Louisiana was a sight to behold and a reaffirmation that the Right is in the right.
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