U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday will travel to the Pennsylvania area where pro-democracy activist Joe Biden was born to spend decades in government work, just hours before the former president challenged his party.
U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a press conference at the Brady Press Briefing Room in White House in Washington, U.S.A., August 19, 2020.
The speech, which the campaign said would highlight “Joe Biden’s half-century failure of America”, would seek to support Republican support for the government, which could be key to winning the re-election in November.
Trump won the state of Pennsylvania with a rift belt with just 45,000 votes in 2016, followed by Biden in the most recent election by nearly six points, according to People clear Politics.
But the talk in Old Forge, Pennsylvania, on the outskirts of Bazen’s hometown of Scranton, could also backfire, according to Political Professor Terry Madonna at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
“He’ll have to be careful what he says about Joe Biden who was given Scranton by his hometown,” Madonna said. He said Trump should focus on his message to restore jobs in the green grasslands, which became operational in 2016, and try to strengthen his confidence in his handling of this deadly coronavirus epidemic.
“How he can go (and criticize) guess anyone. But Trump is Trump and he will do what he does,” he added.
Biden has always beaten Trump to a national vote on who could better manage the epidemic, which has killed more than 170,000 Americans. Trump often targets him for managing the economy, however.
The Pennsylvania speech blocked a week-long visit by Trump to oppose the convention, which included speeches from some prominent Republican celebrities, ahead of next week’s Republican National Conference.
On Monday, Trump traveled to Mankato, Minnesota, and Oshkosh, Wisccin, where he boasted of his strong record of job growth and vowed to restore the economy created by the closure of the cononavirus.
In Yuma, Arizona, on Tuesday, Trump encouraged progress to build a wall across the southern Mexican border, emphasizing his anti-immigration messages and laws and orders, which is the key to his successful bid for 2016.
Despite widespread support in Pennsylvania, Trump’s campaign hopes to release it for the second time on November 3.
“Biden’s social journal will create jobs and hurt families in Keystone province, which is why he would not be able to meet with voters in his country,” deputy national press secretary Samantha Zager said in a statement.
“President Trump has a record of success in Pennsylvania, and voters in the country will also raise him in November.”