China, far left ‘desperate’ for Biden’s win: Trump
China and the far left are “desperate” for Joe Biden’s win as the Democratic presidential candidate will “surrender” jobs to China, President Donald Trump said as he returned to the battleground state of Pennsylvania after being treated for COVID-19.
In his first political rally in Pennsylvania, which sends 20 electoral college votes, after he was tested positive for COVID-19, Trump on Tuesday hit hard at his political opponent, alleging that the former vice president is known for “surrender”.
“Biden will eliminate tariffs on China. He’s already said he’s going to take the tariffs off China. There goes your steel industry. There goes your aluminium industry. There goes everything. Allowing them to plunder without consequence,” he said, addressing thousands of his supporters in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.
“The one constant in Biden’s platform is surrender. He surrenders. He surrenders, whether it’s China, whether it’s Cuba. How about Cuba? How about the deal they made with Cuba? How bad was that one? I ended it,” he said.
“That’s why both China and the far left are desperate for a Biden win because he will surrender our jobs to China. China will own the US if that sleepy guy gets the position, okay,” Trump said.
Tump said that over the next four years, he will make America into the manufacturing superpower of the world.
“And we’ll end our reliance on China once and for all. That’s already happening. We’ll hire more police, increased penalties for assault on law enforcement, and we will ban deadly sanctuary cities that people don’t want,” he said.
“Unlike ‘sleepy’ Joe Biden, I will never abandon our nation, and I would never abandon its values. My goal is not to make friends in the DC swamp. My goal is to fight for you and fight for your family,” said the president amidst applause from thousands of his supporters who came to listen to him at a local airport, ignoring the social distancing restrictions of COVID-19.