President Donald Trump brings his re-election hopes to Erie while holding rally at airport

Pennsylvania

On numerous occasions, the president urged the crowd to vote while saying, "If we win Pennsylvania, we win the whole thing"

ERIE, Pa. (JET24) – President Donald Trump brought his re-election hopes to northwestern Pennsylvania Tuesday.

In front of a large and enthusiastic crowd, Trump quickly talked about a post-pandemic America if he wins.

“You know what we want? Normal life. Normal life will finally resume and next year will be the greatest economic year in the history of our country, ” Trump said.

He also described what he sees as an obvious choice for voters come November 3.

“This is an election between the Trump super recovery, which is happening right now, and a Biden depression. If he gets elected, you will have a depression the likes of which you have never seen.”

Many of the themes in his approximately hour-long speech were familiar topics, including second amendment rights, COVID-19 lock downs, law and order, and a renewed claim that Joe Biden will ban fracking.

“Your fracking and mining industries will be outlawed, exiled, eradicated and totally extinguished, and you know it because it’s not up to sleepy Joe, it’s up to others and the party,” Trump said.

He also told voters in Erie and across Pennsylvania that they will be the difference and admitted that COVID-19 was a political game changer.

“You know, before the plague came in, I had it made. I wasn’t coming to Erie. I mean, I have to be honest, there’s no way I was coming, I didn’t have to. I would have called you and said, ‘Hey Erie, you know, if you have a chance, get out and vote.’ We had this thing won,” Trump said.

On numerous occasions, the president urged the crowd to vote while saying, “If we win Pennsylvania, we win the whole thing.”

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