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The President turns to the Fans in Arizona.
President Trump was the start of a rapid-fire campaign push on Wednesday evening with a rally in Phoenix, Arizona, in an effort to provide counter-programming, the Democrats’ much-anticipated debate in Las Vegas, Nevada.
President Trump opened his speech with a tribute to the world war II veteran, has been carried out, in the rally of two trump trailer, a clip of which spread via social media.
“I don’t know if he knows it, he is now the hottest celebrity in the world. Maybe even hotter than trump,” said the President.
“He’s all over the television; even fake news, CNN has had him on” Trump said of the WWII veteran Irvin Julian.
Trump event at Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum is the first of three rallies in three days. He won Arizona on Hillary Clinton in 2016 by about 3.5 percent, but Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, a moderate Democrat who defeated narrowly to the incumbent Republican, Sen. Martha McSally, in the year 2018.
After Arizona, Trump his tour in Colorado Springs, Colorado, scheduled on Thursday, and then in Las Vegas on Friday, shortly before the critical Nevada group Saturday meetings.
Wednesday-rally is used against the Democrats in the debate stage, as sen Bernie Sanders recently rose to the top of the race, and Mike Bloomberg has strongly supported the campaign, brought him his first debate appearance.
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Supporters of the President showed up in droves to the rally participated in, wear umbrellas to protect from the Arizona sun to enter as they waited hours for the stadium.
Trump blasted unspecified “fake news surveys” earlier Wednesday, claiming his own internal polling showed him re-elected in November.
“Internal REAL polls show, I am beat all the tweeted The candidate,” Trump. “The Fake-News-polls (here we go again, in the same way as in 2016) show, lose, or draw. Their surveys have proven to be damaged on the 3. November, just like the Fake message is corrupt!” To beat it came after the ABC News/Washington Post poll released, shows all the major candidates in the Democrats trump card in the General election matchups. The former Vice-President, Joe Biden, Sanders and Bloomberg, all of whom respondents at or above 50 percent in matchups with trump.
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Hours before the rally, in California, Trump signed a memorandum directing signed by more that the state’s scarce water supply of farmers and other agricultural interests in the Central Valley, a Republican stronghold.
“For too long, the water authorities have purged said million litres in the Pacific ocean,” Trump. “I ordered the administration to update outdated opinions, which determines the allocation of water in this state.”
Fox News’ Sam Dorman and Andrew O’reilly contributed to this report.