Trump Started His 2020 Election Campaign – Makes It Look Like He’s Still Fighting Hilary Clinton


Politicians are getting ready for the American 2020 reelection campaign. If we talk about Donald Trump, he kick started his campaign that seemed a lot more like the one he did in 2016 elections. He instigated the audience into questioning the media immediately and also attacked Hilary Clinton with his numerous “lock her up” chants. He also said that the Attorney General William Barr can still prosecute her for the emails.

Trump said that, “if you want to know how the system is rigged, just compared how they came after us for three years with everything they had compared to the free pass they gave to Hillary and her aides after they set an illegal server, destroyed evidence, deleted an acid washed 33,000 emails, exposed classified information, and turned the State Department into a pay-for-play cash machine”.

Almost every early poll indicates Trump to be the strongest and topmost contenders of the 2020 Democratic nomination for the President. However, observers are already thinking Trump to be running against Hilary Clinton. Also, while he may have a strong economy to run his promises on, Trump brought outdated stats about Hispanic and African American unemployment rates during his speech. He also made weird promises to cure cancer and AIDS and also to lay the foundation for a Mars landing. All this happened within 30 seconds of his speech.

He said that we will defend Social Security and Medicare for seniors and will always protect patients with preexisting conditions. Trump couldn’t take Obamacare back because that would’ve stripped coverage from a huge number of Americans with already existing medical conditions.

He concluded his speech by the quote “make America great again”. Just as he did in the previous election campaigns.

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Mike Brown
Mike Brown is an News Editor at Storify News Times - Understand the Breaking News He is an India journalist lives in California, United States. He has worked at several news networks in his career. He specialises in reporting about editorial, advertising and general management topics for World News Publishing Focus, as well as contributing content to the website.

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