Trumps step up campaigns in Tennessee and Georgia for Blackburn and Kemp
Trump came up with a warning in Georgia and Tennessee, asking the voters to steer clear of the ‘radical democrats’ as they would give a u-turn to economic recovery proceeding in America. With back to back rallies for Republican candidates on Sunday, he ignited the campaigns and gave it a lot more heat.
Earlier, he stated that the Democratic representative Stacey Abrams would take measures that will turn the state into ‘Venezuela’ and will do a lot of harm to jobs, making them disappear like magic if she is given the seat. After campaigning for Kemp in Macon, Trump took it to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where he held a rally for the Republican candidate for Senate, Marsha Blackburn.
Trump stated that “Brian Kemp is an incredible fighter and a tireless champion for the people and for the values of Georgia, and he was with me right from the beginning.” He also said that if people voted for Abrams, the Second Amendment would be ‘gone.’
“You wouldn’t mind [if] somebody comes knocking [and says], ‘Please, we’d like to have your turns turned over to government,'” Trump said, drawing a pained reaction from the crowd. “Stacey Abrams is one of the most extreme, far-left politicians in the entire country. … You put Stacey in there, and you’re gonna have Georgia turn into Venezuela. I don’t think the people of Georgia like that.”
Kemp is set to be running for the Senate in a close contest with the Democratic ticket holder Stacey Abrams, which has a chance to be the first black woman to hold the seat as a governor in U.S.
Taking part in Georgia rally, Trump stuck to national issues with references to the recent jobs report as well as the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh as the Supreme Court Justice, along with the steps they took to prevent the Central American migrant caravan.
Encouraging voters to come out and vote on Tuesday, President said that the states tend to be the laboratories for democracy and there are instances when a president will turn towards the states to take help in various matters. Therefore, everyone should come out and vote on Tuesday.
The timing of Trump’s rally was pretty interesting as it matched the Barack Obama’s campaigning for Democratic candidates. The latter held rallies in Indiana and Illinois.