President Trump hosted a massive rally in Muskegon, MI this afternoon.
— Dan Scavino🇺🇸🦅 (@DanScavino) October 17, 2020
The enthusiasm for Trump in MI, a state that he won in 2016 by 10,700 votes, is off the charts.
This video was taken at a massive road rally in Michigan from Ohio to the Mackinac Bridge on I-75 and from the Indiana-MI border to Mackinac bridge on Hwy. 131. MI Conservative Coalition organized the massive rally, with Trump supporters hosting parties for participants at every rest area along the way. It was truly a spectacular event.
This video, showing a mile long chain of construction trucks decked out in Trump flags and banners, and lined up at a rest area in Clarkston, MI, was shared with us by Meshawn Maddock, a Women For Trump national advisory board member.
Here’s a short clip from Trump’s Muskegon rally:
Immediately following his rally in Muskegon, President Trump hopped on Air Force One and headed for Janesville, WI, a city in Rock County that went for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Wisconsin residents started to line up early this morning to get the chance to see Trump at one of his historic events. Trump told his supporters if they win Wisconsin they win the election.
Here’s the massive WI rally in its entirety, courtesy of Right Side Broadcasting:
Meanwhile, Sleepy Joe Biden is home in his basement, likely hiding from the media, after the discovery of emails on his son Hunter’s computer that allegedly points to old Joe as the head of the Biden crime family.
BREAKING: Joe Biden has called a lid on campaign activities, 19 days out from an election, after explosive revelations from his son Hunter's Biden's recovered hard drive. pic.twitter.com/GDtwlQRJgE
— Raheem Kassam (@RaheemKassam) October 14, 2020
New York Post– The Democratic presidential candidate — huddled in his Wilmington, Del., home — has not directly responded to The Post’s reporting, including on a document that appears to debunk his prior claim that he had “never spoken” with his son about his “overseas business dealing,” including a reported $83,000 monthly job on the board of Burisma.
An email from the hard drive, acquired by a Delaware computer repairman, appears to indicate Biden met in 2015 with Burisma board adviser Vadym Pozharskyi while the firm employed his son. Then-Vice President Biden led the Obama administration’s Ukraine policy.
President Trump’s campaign attacked Biden for calling a “lid” as the story broke.