President Donald Trump kicked off the first of four rallies in the battleground state of Pennsylvania on Saturday with an attack on his Democratic rival Joe Biden, accusing him of championing policies that took jobs from the state. A smaller than normal crowd greeted the president in muddy field in Newton, Pennsylvania. ‘Three days from now this is the state that will save the American dream,’ he announced to his supporters. ‘I am going to be here all day today.’ Trump wasted no time going after Biden, accusing him of betraying the people of Pennsylvania – the state where Biden was born. He said Biden ‘wiped out Pennsylvania steel,’ was a ‘cheerleader’ for NAFTA, championed for China to join the World Trade Organization. ‘In Pennsylvania you lost 50% of your manufacturing jobs after those Biden disasters,’ the president told the crowd. President Donald Trump speaks to supporters in a muddy field in Newton, Pa. in Bucks County – an area which voted narrowly for Hillary Clinton in 2016 On stage: Donald Trump heads up a red carpet to the stage set up for his rally in Newton, PA, one of the smallest events he has held First of four: The… Read full this story
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