Unbelievable Crowds in Pennsylvania as Trump Makes Final Push


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Look at those crowds!

We're used to major crowds at every Trump rally.

But Pennsylvania just blew away all expectations.

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Pennsylvania is widely seen as the make-or-break state in the electoral college this year.

After watching this video, it's very difficult (if not impossible) to imagine Trump losing the state.

The enthusiasm for President Trump in Pennsylvania is through the charts!

See the incredible footage for yourself:

President Trump knows just how important Pennsylvania is to his reelection prospects.

On October 31 alone, President Trump held 4 different rallies across the state.

He even declared that if "We win Pennsylvania, we win it all!"

Local CBS Pittsburgh has more details:

President Donald Trump was in Butler County Saturday rallying his supporters three days before the election.

The economy and industry were focal points of the president’s speech in front of thousands at the Pittsburgh-Butler Regional Airport.He continued to promise his support for the oil and gas industry, along with manufacturing, which the president feels is a stark contrast from his opponent former Vice President Joe Biden.

However, Biden insists he does not want to ban fracking broadly.

“Pennsylvania oil and natural gas supports nearly one million jobs,” President Trump said. “So, when sleepy Joe heard that, he said ‘yeah, of course, I like fracking,’ but it’s not going to happen.”

The Trump Campaign is hitting Pennsylvania hard in the final days leading up to the election, highlighting the state’s battleground status.

The president’s stop in Butler County was one of four stops in Pennsylvania Saturday.

“We win Pennsylvania, we win it all,” he told his supporters in Butler County. “You know that, right? We win Pennsylvania, we win it all.”

Along with industry, the president also touted his economic contributions.

“While foreign nations are in a total free-for-all, we’re creating the world’s greatest economic powerhouse,” he said.

The president also endorsed several local Republicans, including U.S. Congressional Candidate Sean Parnell and Representative Mike Kelly, both of whom are running in elections on Tuesday.

College football coaching great Lou Holtz was called on stage and shared his support for President Trump.

The footage of the crowds at Trump's rallies in Pennsylvania today suggest that he will win the state!

Trump's frequent appearances in the state suggest that the national polls are wrong.

The fact that BOTH campaigns are in the state indicate that internal numbers must be much closer than publicly perceived.

Now, at least one pollster is on the record predicting a Trump win in the state.

Most polls suggest that Biden will win Pennsylvania.

However, the most accurate state-level pollster in 2016 is now predicting that Trump will win the state.

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Just the News confirms:

President Donald Trump is locked in a tight race with Democratic challenger Joe Biden in the Pennsylvania, according to a poll from The Trafalgar Group.

The poll of likely voters, conducted Oct. 24-25, shows Trump with 48.4% support, compared to Biden's 47.6%.

The president's slight lead falls within the poll's 2.91% margin of error.
The Trafalgar Group had polling prior to the 2016 election that showed Trump with an advantage over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, though still within the poll's margin of error.

Biden leads Trump by 3.8 points in Pennsylvania, according to the RealClearPolitics average of polls.

Trump narrowly won Pennsylvania in the 2016 election, shattering a two-decade streak during which Democratic presidential candidates won the state from 1992 through 2012.

No matter what the polls say, we must all go to the polls and vote!

We need 4 more years of prosperity, freedom, and greatness!



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