Trump accused Democrats of trying to “tear the country apart”

The President said that his opponents “know that will not be able to win the next election.”

President Donald Trump has accused the Democratic Party of trying to “tear the country apart” with investigations.

He said this at a political rally in Florida – one of the key states in the 2020 presidential election.

“First it was a fabrication with Russia,” Trump said in Sunrise, – and now the same maniacs are pushing this insane impeachment.”

He reiterated that there was nothing wrong with his contacts with Ukraine and that Democrats are trying to remove him because “they know they can’t win the next election.”

Trump tried to convince the audience that he had “won a convincing victory in the last two weeks,” despite critical public statements and unflattering media reports.

“Do you see what happens to the polls? Everyone says it’s nonsense,” he said.

At the same time, the President tried to appease voters by calling his supporters a “super-elite.”

“You’re damn successful,” – he said. “You’re smarter. You look better. You are more perceptive.”

Trump also took the time to discuss recent scandals, including his unannounced visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center earlier this month.

Despite lingering questions about the purpose of the visit, Trump assured the rally that if he “didn’t feel great,” he “wouldn’t be able to tear and throw like that” while gathering such a large audience.

Florida will go a long way toward trump’s attempts to replicate his 2016 success. His victory in this state by a margin of less than 2 percent, won against expectations, paving the way for him to win the Electoral College.

“In less than a year, I will join the voters of Sunshine State, my home state, when we go to the polls,” Trump said.

“Together, we will regain control of the House of Representatives, keep the Senate and keep this beautiful White House,” he suggested optimistically.

 Throughout the President’s term, Trump spent many winter weekends and holidays in Florida, socializing with members of the Mar-a-Lago club and playing golf on the courses he owned nearby.

In October, Trump decided to declare officially Florida a new residence after numerous allegations that New York state authorities treated him inappropriately while investigating his behavior. He also criticized New York’s system of government, including high tax rates.

However, not everyone was happy about his return to Florida.

About 200 Trump’s opponents gathered outside BB&T Center stadium before the President’s arrival, holding up a helium-filled “baby Trump” figure, with some chanting, “Jail him!”

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