Democrats gather opposition investigation in 2020 to arm against Trump in key battlefields with information from 7,000 lawsuits from nearly 50 states
- Democrats have collected information from 7,000 lawsuits from nearly 50 states
- Information includes documentation about every time Trump told supporters during his 2016 campaign meetings that Mexico would pay for the wall
- The Democrats will use the investigations against the president in the 2020 elections, particularly in important battle areas
- Information was collected through news articles and interviews with residents of states such as Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Arizona, Colorado, Florida and Texas
The Democrats have reportedly gathered a huge amount of opposition investigations in 2020 that will be used against key donors against President Donald Trump.
According to Axios, the democratic investigation team has gathered information from 7,000 lawsuits in nearly 50 states.
The information includes documentation about every time Trump told supporters during his 2016 campaign meetings that Mexico would pay for the wall.
A source told Axios that the data is likely to find their way to local reporters, groups, and Democrats in battle theater states while Trump diverts money from the army to pay his border wall.
The Democrats have reportedly collected an enormous amount of opposition investigations in 2020 that will be used against President Donald Trump (photo) in major battle theater states
Democrats also have examples of what farmers and truck drivers say they feel about Trump's rates and how GOP tax legislation hurts truck drivers.
The information was collected through local news articles and cable interviews with residents in states such as Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Arizona, Colorado, Florida and Texas.
According to Axios, & # 39; thousands & # 39; Freedom of Information Act requests filed to obtain more information about Trump.
Tom Perez, Chairman of the Democratic National Commission, said at a meeting with Democratic strategists last week that Democrats want to prosecute the case that he (Trump) is bad at work and that it hurts people in real ways & # 39 ; an alleged source present.
The goal is to worry about (Trump & # 39; s) performance as president, not his intolerance or horror & # 39 ;.
Another source told Axios that there are & # 39; so many ways & # 39; that Trump's policies have really hurt people.
Tom Perez of the Democratic National Committee (photo) said during a meeting with Democratic strategists last week that Democrats want to prosecute the case that he (Trump) is bad at work and that it hurts people in real ways & # 39 ;
The news anticipates the democratic debate that is taking place in Houston this week with only 10 democrats on the podium (pictured above)
& # 39; Let's say he's going to Youngstown, Ohio. We have everything he said, what he promised that community in 2016 – maybe it's "that bridge will be restored" & then we'll show what has happened since, & # 39; the source told the site.
The news anticipates the democratic debate that is taking place in Houston this week, with only 10 democrats on the podium.
The September debate will last only one night, with top candidates Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders on stage together for the first time with Pete Buttigieg, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, Beto O & # 39; Rourke , Julian Castro and Andrew Yang.
It will be a three-hour event that takes place from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Candidates provide opening statements, but no final statements.
But the October debate could return to a two-night event because the candidates who cut the September look forward to the next phase.
For the September and October debate, candidates need 130,000 donors plus 2 percent in four predetermined polls.
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