NY Times Reporter Kicked Out of Trump Rally in MI

Daniel Fowler
September 11, 2020

"Joe Biden devoted his career to offshoring MI jobs, outsourcing MI factories", Mr. Trump said. But on the debate stage, as opponents for the presidency, it's a different story.

Gray continued, "First for me: Trump campaign tracked me down from pics i tweeted and escorted me out".

His comments offer a hint at how the former vice president is looking at the upcoming debate on September 29, in Cleveland, Ohio.

Speaking about his aims, he said: "I hope I don't take the bait. Completely tasteless. So pointing it out doesn't do much", he said.

The president told the swing state voters that his administration's record on trade negotiations has even gained praise from his rival Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, who told CNN earlier on Thursday that the USMCA was a better trade deal than NAFTA.

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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian speaks at a news conference in Beijing on April 8, 2020. Both men were questioned about Ms Lei, the AFR reported.

The Trump campaign in particular has targeted Biden's son Hunter for his ties to Chinese and Ukranian companies.

Mr. Trump told his supporters he wanted that question posed to Mr. Biden again and again. Beau Biden died from brain cancer in 2015. You don't want to see me cry.

The White House on Wednesday denied Trump intentionally misled Americans about the virus, which has killed more than 190,000 people in the United States so far, with new cases spiking in the Midwest. I'd have to say I lost to the worst candidate ever put up. The place he's most uncomfortable is knowing the policy.

As the West Coast continued to burn this week, where an area bigger than Hawaii has now been scorched, both Joe Biden and Donald Trump remained relatively quiet on the developing environmental crisis, with Democrats highlighting the balancing act their candidate must carry-out ahead of November's election. "I plan to tell them who I am".

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