President Trump knows exactly how to destroy his political enemies.
He truly is a political force like none other in history.
And Trump just ended a Democrat rising star’s career with just six harsh words.
There is nothing more American than a Trump rally.
The high energy rallies routinely fill up massive arenas with tens of thousands of people.
Most times Trump can’t even find an arena big enough to fit all of his supporters.
And at these rallies, he announces many of his campaign positions and policy proposals.
He also goes after his political enemies in a ferocious fashion.
The big target of his recent Panama City, Florida rally was Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke.
Despite him being an early favorite for getting the Democrat nomination, he has been steadily falling off the radar in recent weeks.
And Trump is using that to finally force him out of the playing field for the 2020 election altogether.
Speaking to the crowd, he went after the media for refusing to show the massive crowd size at his rallies.
And then he quickly moved to talking about O’Rourke, and a rally Trump was hosting in El Paso, Texas.
“I went to Texas and I made a speech. And Beto, Beto, boy has he fallen like a rock, Trump said before questioning, “What the hell happened to Beto? So we went to El Paso, and I made a speech and we had an arena that holds 8,000 or 9,000 people. The arena was packed. We had 35,000 people outside.”
Trump continued on blasting O’Rourke by comparing his crowd size at a rally occurring at the same time.
“We have these massive movie screens outside. So those people that couldn’t get in could see. He had 502 people. The next day in the news, The New York Times’ guy actually wrote a story that he thinks that he had more people than me! Can you believe this? No, can you believe it? So dishonest.”
Trump is pointing out a problem for all the Democrat candidates.
Despite the media being head over heels in excitement over the prospect of a Joe Biden, or a Bernie Sanders presidency, the majority of everyday people want more of Trump.
Trump is leading the nation in unheard of economic growth, and historic lows in unemployment.
More people are at work, and bringing in more money, so they are extremely happy with the president.
This is proven at every single one of his campaign rallies.
While Joe Biden and other Democrats are having problems filling a small room, Trump is having trouble finding arenas big enough to fit all of his supporters.
Prior to the 2016 election, the biggest indicator that President Trump is outperforming media expectations was the massive crowds at his rallies.
As long as those crowd sizes stay the same, and Democrats continue to struggle filling small rooms, President Trump has a very strong chance at winning re-election in 2020.
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