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Trump Landslide Victory, here we come!
The Manchester, New Hampshire rally last night was huge, as support for our President only seems to keep growing bigger, stronger, and more spirited!
Is it any wonder why? After all, while Trump stays true to America and American values while promoting nationalism, all the other presidential candidates are real downers, always hating on America and its people!
Trump has such strong support in our nation now that the mass wave of deplorables last night in New Hampshire broke the all-time attendance record that had previously been set by Elton John!
Check it out:
Here's the president's announcement of the record-breaking numbers that showed up to show their support in Manchester:
President Trump's were moving at the rally, too.
Here's a clip of the opening Trump gave to the crowd:
As President Trump once said, he breaks records without any musical instruments...the only musical instrument is his mouth and brain attached to the mouth!
Breitbart had the following to say about the record-breaking New Hampshire rally:
President Donald Trump announced Thursday evening that his re-election campaign rally at the SNHU Arena broke the stadium’s previous attendance record, held by rock star Elton John.
The SNHU Arena holds nearly 12,000 people, and was nearly filled to capacity when the U.S. Secret Service closed the doors. Thousands more people watched the president’s speech on giant television screens outside the arena.
Trump tweeted news about the attendance record shortly after the event was over. He spoke for nearly two hours.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 16, 2019
There were several hundred left-wing protesters, too, some of whom formed a gauntlet that forced Trump supporters to walk past crowds of people shouting “Shame!” — a potentially dangerous situation, though there was no violence. Several “peacemakers” were visible in orange jerseys, ostensibly to prevent clashes between the two sides.
Inside the arena, President Trump emerged to an ear-splitting, raucous welcome that lasted several minutes.
Trump focused on listing the achievements of his administration, both for New Hampshire and for the country as a whole. “The United States right now has the hottest economy anywhere in the world,” he said. “America is working again, America is winning again, and America is respected again — respected like never before.”
The president joked that voters had “no choice” but to vote for him because if they did not, the financial markets would crash and the economy would suffer. “Whether you love me or hate me, you gotta vote for me,” Trump said.
He touted the drop in the unemployment rate in New Hampshire, noting that it was the lowest in 31 years, and predicting that it would soon be the lowest in history. Before that, he said, New Hampshire was “like central casting for the closing of factories.” Now, however, jobs had returned to the state. He also noted his administration’s progress in fighting the opioid crisis, which had been a focus of his campaign in the Granite State in 2016.
Trump also hit Democrats over their radical proposals on energy. “We ended the last administration’s cruel war on American energy … the United States is now the number one producer of oil and natural gas in the world,” he said. He also noted: “Every leading Democrat has promised to abolish the coal, oil, and natural gas that are fueling our economic boom.” He added that “Every Democrat also wants to give illegal aliens free welfare,” noted that “every Democrat also supports late-term abortion,” and warned that Democrats would be running on “socialism” in 2020.
A vote for Democrats, he said, was “a vote for socialism and a vote for the desrutction of the American dream.”
CBS News also said:
President Trump sought to reassure his supporters Thursday night about the state of the U.S. economy despite recent stock market volatility. He told rallygoers in New Hampshire, a state he narrowly lost in 2016 and hopes to capture in 2020, that their financial security depends on his reelection.
"Whether you love me or hate me you have to vote for me," Mr. Trump said.
Speaking to a boisterous crowd at Southern New Hampshire University, Mr. Trump dismissed the heightened fears about the economy and a 3% drop Wednesday in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which was fueled by a slowing global economy and a development in the bond market that has predicted previous recessions. Avoiding an economic slump is critical to Mr. Trump's reelection hopes."
The United States right now has the hottest economy anywhere in the world," Mr. Trump said.
The president, who reached the White House by promising to bring about a historic economic boom, claimed, as he often does, that the markets would have crashed if he had lost his 2016 bid for the presidency. And he warned that if he is defeated in 2020, Americans' 401(k) retirement accounts will go "down the tubes."
The president also defended his tactics on trade with China. He has imposed 25% tariffs on $250 billion of imports from China and has threatened to hit the remaining $300 billion worth of Chinese imports with 10% tariffs. He has delayed that increase on about half of those items to avoid raising prices for U.S. holiday shoppers. He said China wants to make a trade deal with the U.S. because it's costing the country millions of jobs, but claimed the U.S. doesn't need to be in a hurry.
"I don't think we're ready to make a deal," Mr. Trump said.
After the rally, he took to Twitter to remark on the size of the crowd, saying, "Great news! Tonight, we broke the all-time attendance record previously held by Elton John at #SNHUArena in Manchester, New Hampshire!"