Trump opens Wisconsin rally blasting Biden for ‘disastrous global sellouts’ that ‘surrendered’ US jobs

Trump opens Wisconsin rally blasting Biden for 'disastrous global sellouts' that 'surrendered' US jobs

President Trump started off his Thursday rally in Mosinee, Wis., by slamming his 2020 opponent Joe Biden, accusing the former vice president of overseeing mass outsourcing of American jobs, and "selling out" the Midwest’s industry. "Joe Biden devoted his entire career to offshoring Wisconsin jobs, outsourcing your factories, throwing open your borders, dragging us into endless, ridiculous foreign wars and surrendering your children’s future to China," Trump said. The president pointed out that Biden was outside his hometown of Scranton, Pa., that evening for a town hall event. He accused Biden of "taking softball questions from [CNN’s] Anderson Cooper." He mocked Biden and CNN for choosing to make the event a "drive-in" style function, with about 35 cars parking at the MLB minor league Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders’ stadium in Moosic, Pa. For his part, Biden is looking to move Pennsylvania back into the Democrats’ column in November, after Trump became the first presidential candidate since 1988 to win the Keystone State. Both campaigns have targeted the state as a must-win, with the president’s son Donald Trump Jr. kicking off a nationwide "Sportsmen for Trump" endeavor at a gun club in the town of Ormrod last month. Sportsmen have been a key constituency sought by Trump, who warned at his Thursday rally that former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, D-Texas, has the potential to become Biden’s gun control czar if elected. "Frankly you would not have a Second Amendment if I had not gotten elected," the president remarked. Trump later continued the barrage […]

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