Trump says he knows he is going to win because there are “thousands of boats” and “motorcyclists” with Trump signs
President Trump denied that he believed he was the underdog in the White House race against Joe Biden after spending an hour at the White House Rose Garden on Tuesday planning the suspected Democratic nominee’s plans.
“No, I don’t,” the president replied after a reporter asked if he saw himself lost in the fall. “I think we have really good poll numbers.”
The president then pointed to statements of support among boaters and motorcyclists.
“You look at the intercoastal in Florida, you look at the lakes, you see thousands of boats with Trump signs, American signs, you have the Trump-Pence sign everywhere,” Trump said. “You look for miles at motorcyclists proudly riding their roads with their signs.”
President Trump said he was not the underdog in the 2020 presidential race, citing statements of support among motorcyclists and boaters. The President spent over an hour at the White House Rose Garden on Tuesday, attacking Joe Biden in his comments
Hours earlier, Joe Biden appeared in Wilmington, Delaware and pledged the president’s response to the corona virus. He also joked about a number of President Trump’s statements about green energy, including that windmills caused cancer
President Trump pointed out all boaters with Trump flags on their boats. While the President was referring to Florida supporters, this boat was caught on the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a major swing state
The president also talked about the support he received from motorcyclists. Over Memorial Day weekend, President Trump invited a number of bikers to the White House to show that he supported them in return
The question was asked after Trump announced an unplanned 5 p.m. press conference at 1:44 p.m. exactly when Biden was about to speak.
Biden rolled out a $ 2 trillion plan to combat climate change while building the U.S. clean energy infrastructure.
The former vice president started his Wilmington event criticizing the president’s response to the corona virus.
“It has gotten so bad that even Donald Trump finally decided to wear a mask in public,” Biden sneered.
He later joked about some of Trump’s statements about clean energy sources.
“When Donald Trump thinks about renewable energy, he sees windmills somehow causing cancer,” Biden said. “When I think of these windmills, I see American production and American workers racing to dominate the world market.”
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Trump then took to the Rose Garden stage in what Bloomberg reported as a China-focused news conference.
It started with China, but soon turned into a rant about Biden, which Trump called just as sociable with the Chinese communist party.
“By contrast, Joe Biden’s entire career was a gift to the Chinese Communist Party, and to the disastrous mistakes they made, they made so many mistakes,” the president said at the beginning of his attack.
During his one-hour and four-minute performance, Trump also raised Biden’s son Hunter, who was in business with the Chinese.
Trump then began to search the 110-page document of the Biden Policy Campaign, which went after the Democrat in the areas of climate change, police reform, and immigration.
The political attack gave the impression that Biden was taking up a lot of space in Trump’s head.
But Trump insisted that 2020 was a lot like 2016 – noting the crowds he attracted, while also insisting there was a secret Trump vote.
The President called his trip to Maine in June.
“We’ve been there recently, there were crowds, thousands of people lined up to go to a factory where we opened up to make cotton buds, a beautiful big new factory that makes cotton buds,” said the president.
Thousands lined the streets in front of Trump’s column. The vast majority were supporters, but a number of ‘Black Lives Matter’ protesters also came out.
“I don’t think many people want to talk about it. I don’t think they will say, hello, I am for Trump, I am for Trump, they don’t want to go through the process, ”Trump said too.
The president said his supporters would not admit to supporting him because of unfair media treatment.
“The media doesn’t treat us fairly, they never did, and maybe never,” complained the president. “But maybe if we turn this around a second time and it’s going to happen very quickly,” he said, probably referring to the economy.
The president again shared his concerns about postal voting, arguing that there was fraud.
He had previously tweeted that he feared widespread mail-in-votes would result in Republican losses.
But then he also said he believed Trump supporters made up a majority of Americans.
“I think you have a silent majority like this country has never seen before,” Trump said.