President Donald Trump made a late game push for republican candidate Glenn Youngkin in the Virginia governor race.
During a “tele-rally” on Monday, President Trump spoke with voters, and encouraged them to vote for Youngkin.
“This is your chance to break the grip on the radical Left, that they have on the commonwealth,” Trump said to voters.
He added, “Tomorrow, I’d like to ask everyone to get out and vote for Glenn Youngkin. He’s a fantastic guy.”
In the latest polls, Youngkin still has a lead over democrat Terry McAuliffe.
The main reason for that lead is said to be education, which Virginia voters see as the most important issue in Virginia.
Democrats are attempting to tie Youngkin to Trump, hoping that causes voters to give their support to McAuliffe.
That strategy may backfire, as Trump alluded to during his recent interview with Judge Jeanine.
“If I endorse someone, they win,” stated President Trump in the interview.
Our friends at the New York Post have more on President Trump's message to Virginia voters:
Former President Donald Trump called on “every MAGA voter” in Virginia to get behind Republican Glenn Youngkin’s bid to defeat Democrat Terry McCauliffe in Tuesday’s gubernatorial election, warning, “Everything is on the line.”
”Hopefully everyone will get out and VOTE tomorrow for Glenn Youngkin, who will be a fantastic Governor for the Great State of Virginia. Glenn is a very successful businessman who knows how to make Virginia’s economy (which is doing poorly!), great—and he has had my Complete and Total Endorsement for many months!,” Trump said in a statement sent via email on Monday.
President Trump announced the tele-rally Monday afternoon.
During the rally, he told voters that "everything is on the line," and reminded voters that Youngkin's victory must be "bigger than the margin of fraud."
He also called McAuliffe "shady:"
Here's more from Newsmax:
“Glenn’s running against, as you know, very shady Terry McAuliffe," Trump said. "I know him very well. Something happened with him. He was not a successful governor. He was not a good governor. But he's gotten worse in the sense that he's made a corrupt bargain with the radical left, the extremists who now control the Democrat party. He probably had no choice.”
Additionally, NBC News quoted the former president as saying: "Terry McAuliffe, as you know, he's embraced the far left's plan to abolish and he will literally abolish the suburbs as you know them today.