Trump Makes Headwinds in Ohio by Lambasting Biden and Boasting the Recovery

Trump took pleasure in slamming Biden's chances for another shot at the White House. His comments could not come at another opportune time. The lead that Biden had in the polls is going down after Trump took the necessary jabs at Biden's political performance.

Trump departed Airforce One and made radical statements about Joe Biden. The presumptive Democratic nominee will put China first and America last. There will be widespread disruption in the markets and record-breaking job losses. Look out for Joe Biden. He will double and triple your income taxes by adhering to the radical left.

Your Civil Liberties

Trump boasted that Biden would, "Take away your guns, destroy your second amendment rights, no religion, no anything. Hurt the Bible. Hurt God. He is against God. He is against guns. He is against energy, our kind of energy."

Trump went on to say that Biden has been in public office for 47 years, and he is not at the top of his game. In five decades in Washington D.C., Joe Biden has not done anything for America as he supports the globalist agenda.

Biden, who is a practicing Roman Catholic, defended himself. "Like so many people, my faith has been the bedrock foundation of my life: it has provided me comfort in moments of loss and tragedy, it has kept me grounded and humbled in times of triumph and joy…my faith has been a guiding light for me and a constant reminder of the fundamental dignity and humanity that God has bestowed upon all of us."

The one thing Biden did not do, is defending himself against the leftist agenda. Biden does plan on increasing corporate income taxes and implementing environmental guidelines if Americans elect him into office.


Since 1972, Ohio has voted for Republican presidential candidates seven times. The residents of Ohio would frequently and strongly predict the next president of the USA.

Trump could single-handedly win Ohio, but the win will cost Trump tremendous resources and boots on the ground.

Whereas Trump's numbers had been sliding in the polls, his political team has gotten his presidential re-election bid back on track. Trump has been taking presidential leadership to act on the American Recovery forcefully. Now, Trump's and Biden's poll numbers are remarkably close.

Trump has made it his habit to hold daily press conferences to advise the American public about the pandemic.

Nicholas Everhart, who is the president of Content Creative, said that Trump's election campaign had spent tens of millions of dollars. "On Jan. 1, there was not a serious consultant on the Republican or Democrat side who thought Ohio was an up-for-grabs presidential swing state."

Ohio, along with Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, could be up for grabs, especially in Cleveland and Columbia.

Republican misconduct could deter Trump's re-election in Ohio. The Speaker of the House, a Republican in Ohio, is facing federal racketeering corruption charges.

Split the Black Vote

Advisers believe Biden could connect to White working-class voters at the expense of Black voters. Members of the Republican party are doing just that by helping Kanye West split the Black vote.

West is getting financial help from Republicans with his presidential campaign. Several additional states have already added his name to the ballot. West said that he dislikes the former vice-president Joe Biden and wants to turn voters away from him.

The American Economy

The president's aides are negotiating with the Democrats and the Republicans in Washington on an economical package. The opposing parties are worlds apart in coming together towards a deal.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants to spend a staggering amount of $3.5 trillion to jumpstart the economy. Still, she is willing to settle for $2 trillion, while Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell is asking for a fiscally conservative, $1 trillion package. Mark Meadows and Steven Mnuchin are presenting counteroffers.

Trump stated if the parties cannot agree, he will use executive action and get the job done; he will use leftover funds from the CARES Act to stop evictions, enact the payroll tax cut, stop student loan payments, and boost weekly unemployment pay.

Thirty million Americans are still unemployed, but the jobless rate as decreased from 11.2% in June to 10.2% for July. The American Recovery may not be as rapid as the economists were expecting, but it is still happening.

Meanwhile, President Trump's Ohio rally was a success. He met DeWine and toured the Whirlpool plant while greeting enthusiastic employees by wearing a mask. Trump boasted that he made good on his promises to bring middle-class manufacturing jobs back to America.

During the campaign event, Trump promises to boost the American economy by imposing tariffs on aluminum shipped from Canada and requiring the federal government to only purchase drugs from American manufacturers like Pfizer and not those from China.

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