Making it official in an arena in Orlando, packed with supporters, family members, and political allies, President Trump announced he’s launching his campaign for re-election.
He took aim at the media, Democrats, and his 2016 opponent, Hillary Clinton.
Florida is a strategic place to start, taking the biggest swing state will be key to winning in 2020 with central Florida’s I-4 corridor as a crucial battleground.
The Trump campaign reported more than a 100,000 requests for 20,000 spots inside Orlando’s Amway center. Supporters came from near and far, some even lining up more than a day in advance.
Pledging to “keep America great”, the president and his supporters are confident, come 2020, he’ll be keeping the white house, as well.
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