Clad in a white cap, black jacket and white shirt, Trump brought about 1,800 supporters to their feet repeatedly by slamming Clinton’s “very bad judgment”, her email and Clinton Foundation troubles, and her immigration and other policy positions.
He offered his candidacy as a chance to “open a brand new lovely chapter” in American history.
“I don’t like it when campaigns go that direction”.
“The White House will become the people’s house”, he said. “We will tackle and fix the problems that have gone unsolved for years: failing schools, crumbling infrastructure, broken borders, bloated bureaucracy, wasteful spending and a government that just doesn’t work”. Naeve said he jumped on board with Trump early in the campaign. Last year’s even raised about $15,000 for America’s Fund. “I’d never used it before, have not used it since, would not use it again”.
“People think that they have to land zingers and pivot and attack – and that’s true, but ultimately, you want your viewers to come away with a gut feeling that I like this person”, said former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, who co-chairs Clinton’s transition committee.
At the annual Roast and Ride fundraiser for Republican U.S. Sen.
The New York billionaire held himself out as a champion for Iowa family farmers, promising to “end the EPA intrusion” into their homes and businesses by the Environmental Protection Agency, protect the Renewable Fuel Standard, eliminate job-killing regulations and provide tax relief.
Donald Trump on Saturday vowed to end the “war on the American farmer”, telling a crowd in Iowa that rival Hillary Clinton “wants to shut down family farms” and implement anti-agriculture policies.
“Every time an African American citizen, or any citizen, loses their job to an illegal immigrant, the rights of that American citizen have been totally violated”, he argued. “Their reign of terror will be over”, he said, while contending Clinton would expand executive amnesty and trigger a constitutional crisis. “A vote for Trump is a vote to have a nation of laws”, Trump told the crowd, “a vote for Clinton is a vote for unsafe open borders where anybody can just walk in and do whatever they want”. Trump tweeted. He later sent a second tweet offering his “condolences to Dwyane Wade and his family”. “He offered lots of bombastic hyperbole without comprehensive plans or solutions”. Steve King, David Young and Rod Blum – as well as a rousing, 40-minute stump speech from GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump in his fourth visit to Iowa since securing the nomination in July.
Sen. Joni Ernst led the group of more than 400 riders on a 42-mile trip that started at a Harley Davidson dealer in Des Moines and ended on the Iowa State fairgrounds.
The magnate also promised to deport “these global gangs of thugs and drug cartels.from the first day in office”, but avoided saying what he would do with those who have no criminal record, EFE news reported. “It was really a gorgeous ride”.
“We will use immigration law to prevent crimes”, he said, delivering his remarks off a TelePrompTer. Let’s talk about that record of failure. “They need to focus on the issues”.
The briefings have been customary for presidential nominees so the next commander in chief has an understanding of the country’s national security apparatus. While many Republican leaders in other states are distancing themselves from Trump, Smith says she’s glad Iowa leaders like Sen.
“I’m all about the food”, she added.
“It would be too hard to send everybody back”, said Gale Livingston, a retired Ames resident who plans to vote for Trump in November. Kaufmann also insisted Republicans in the state are united in their support for Trump.
“Hillary Clinton wants to shut down family farms just like she wants to shut down the mines and the steelworkers”, he said at the Iowa State Fairgrounds.
According to the Des Moines Register, 300 bikers took part in the ride and roughly 1,500 people attended the BBQ last year with seven GOP presidential candidates, not including the 2016 GOP nominee, as Trump wasn’t in attendance last year.
The ride, Ersnt said, was all about the veterans.