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WESTERVILLE, Ohio-the President of Trump’s re-election campaign is once again shooting into the sky, to select a Democratic presidential debate, the site of the Democratic presidential candidates,” “socialist policies.”
The campaign began flying an aerial banner-advertising, Otterbein University in this suburb of Columbus, Ohio-the city, the site of Tuesday night in the fourth round of the democratic nomination debate.
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“SOCIALISM DESTROYED OHIO JOBS. VOTE TRUMP,” read the announcement. The banner was to be seen, starting at noon EST, and the trump campaign said it would be the banner up at 6:45 am to fly, with a short break in the afternoon.
The Trump campaign, flew similar aerial Banner on the previous Democratic presidential primary debates.
President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign is flying read a banner “SOCIALISM DESTROYED OHIO JOBS. VOTE TRUMP” over the sky of Otterbein University, site of Tuesday evening, the fourth round of the Democratic primary debate, in Westerville, Ohio, on Oct. 15, 2019
The President, his re-election campaign and the Republican National Committee have long been the Democrats accused that a “far-left lurch in the direction of big-government socialism.”
“While the Democrats on the debate stage to use to paint a glamorous look to your socialist agenda, Team trump is here to reveal the truth, the said behind their job-killing policies, and to remind Ohioans of the game, in the year 2020,” trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh in a statement.
The campaign also has a full-page ad in the Columbus Dispatch, the major daily newspaper in the Columbus metropolitan area.
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“DEMOCRATS KILL OHIO JOBS,” screamed the headline in the newspaper ad.
While many democratic candidates and progressive policy suggest, how they describes for their party’s presidential nomination, only sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont is open to himself as a “Democratic socialism.”
Fox News’ Tara Prindiville contributed to this report.