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Trump’s campaign spokeswoman: Dems have ‘to win the data’, in the year 2020

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President Trump-2020-campaign national press secretary on Thursday accused the Democrats and presidential candidate Joe Biden to America’s institutions change, and said Democrats did not win the data in the year 2020.

“The democratic party is today. America’s changing institutions, the Electoral College, the Supreme Court. America’s changing values, to allow a baby to be killed, the outside of the uterus. And change what makes this country great, our economy, through the acquisition of power and the takeover of health care” Kayleigh McEnany America’s Newsroom said “.”

“This is the democratic party today, and Joe Biden, is a further iteration.”

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McEnany criticized Biden for his comments in the last week in Delaware, touting his “progressive” background.

“I have the most progressive record of anyone running for … anyone who would run,” the former Vice President.

McEnany was also asked about the former Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum, the registration of the voters group and their focus, “Florida blue”.

The spokesperson didn’t seem to take concern about Gillum, or the Democrats, ” quest, Florida, they say “to win the data”.

“What the DNC, what the Democrats, what’s not to get up every democratic candidate, (Trump 2020 campaign manager), Brad Parscale and the RNC, the data of the operation. President Trump won Florida, just North of 110,000 votes,” McEnany said.

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“We know that these are doors to knock, we know the swing voters in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. We know that the doors that we know of to the lines to call because we have the data and it is something the Democrats simply can not and do not compete with and not to build can, in just two years.”

“President Trump’s delivered. He made a lot of promises going into the election in 2016, he delivered,” McEnany added.

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