OnFocus – For the second time in September President Donald Trump made a trip to Wisconsin.
Last night, the 45th President of the United States made a stop in at the Central Wisconsin Airport (CWA) in Mosinee, as a part of his “Great American Comeback” tour. The visit comes as no surprise as Wisconsin is a key battle ground state in the upcoming November 3rd election. His opponent Joe Biden also made a stop in Wisconsin in early September.
Several other Republican Party politicians took the stage before President Trump, including Congressman Tom Tiffany and former Congressman Sean Duffy. Both gave remarks supporting Wisconsin’s police force and calling for unity amongst Americans to “restore, renew and rebuild” the economy and country.
President Trump talked at length about his administration’s successes over the past three and a half years, including tax cuts, poverty reduction, and a booming economy pre-COIVD. He even gave congrats about the BIG 10 returning to play, and also made reference to the most recent events in Kenosha, speaking of violence and chaos in the city that followed the shooting of Jacob Blake.
He vowed to continue to bring jobs and factories back to America from overseas, protect Second Amendment rights, and fight to protect law enforcement.
As of today, the November 3 election is less than 50 days away.
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