Trump Launches Major Campaign in Critical Pennsylvania Race.

  • Source: TTN
  • by: Donny Bomenabori
Trump Launches Major Campaign in Critical Pennsylvania Race.
President Donald Trump is coming to Pennsylvania on Saturday to fight for Rick Saccone; rally will be at Atlantic Aviation in Moon, Penn. at 7 pm. Donald Trump Jr. is coming on Monday, as the Trump family fights to deny Nancy Pelosi a liberal vote in Congress. Democrats are bringing in big guns like Obama's Vice President Joe Biden to campaign for liberal Conor Lamb.

From the Morning Call in Pennsylvania: 

"It will be the president's second visit to the district on Saccone's behalf. Daughter Ivanka Trump appeared with Saccone in a separate visit last month as well and praised him as “a champion” for Republican priorities. The national GOP confirmed late Wednesday that Trump counselor Kellyanne Conway would visit the region on Thursday and the president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., would campaign for Saccone on Monday, the eve of the election.
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'We've got Donald Trump. We've got his son. We've had Ivanka. What does the other side have? They've have crazy uncle Joe Biden,' Saccone told two dozen supporters gathered in a Greensburg campaign office on Wednesday. “Everybody wants to help,” the Republican candidate continued. 'It's like President Trump with winning — there's so much help we're going to get tired of help.'

The White House is not taking any chances in the latest Trump-era special election, knowing that the result will inevitably reflect upon the president. Democrats have over-performed in virtually every contest across the country since Trump took the White House."


Big liberal donors are trying to steal this district that went for President Trump in 2016 for liberal Conor Lamb, Pelosi's handpicked candidate in Pennsylvania. Liberals needs this win so they can stop Donald Trump from draining the DC swamp. Polls are showing that Saccone and Lamb are neck and neck, and President Trump needs YOU to make the difference.  
 Source: TTN

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