Get tender documents at just ₹200 per tenderKnow More
Search made simple for latest tendersNo hidden charges. No keyword restrictionsExplore Our Plansor Pay Per Tender

mp world 11 MILLENNIUM POST | New Delhi | Thursday, 20 June, 2019 WASHINGTON DC: President Donald Trump has officially launched his 2020 re-election bid and appealed to his support- ers to give him four more years to realise his unfinished agenda for the country, whose econ- omy he boasted, has become the “envy of the world” under his watch. Kick-starting his election campaign at a jam-packed rally in Florida on Tuesday, Trump coined a new slogan, “Keep America Great” and warned that opposition Democrats want to “destroy” the country. “Tonight I stand before you to officially launch my campaign for a second term as president of the United States,” Trump told supporters. “I promise you I will never ever let you down.” The 73-year-old real estate investor-turned-politician, who became the 45th President of the United States of America in 2017, told a crowd of 20,000 Republican supporters that the economy of the US under him has become “the envy of the world”. Florida is a key battleground state and one that Trump nar- rowly won in 2016. Trump said his victory three years ago was a “defin- ing moment in American his- tory” and vowed to maintain his “America First” policy as he touched the hallmarks of his 2016 campaign, hard-line immi- gration policies and defence spending. He said that the country has made significant progress during his presidency and all that is at risk if he were to be defeated in the presidential elec- tions next year. Unveiling the theme of “Keep America Great”, Trump in his roughly 80-minute speech, exuded confidence of winning the general elections. In his 2016 election campaign, he had popularised the slogan “Make America Great Again”. Addressing his supporters who filled the Orlando’s Amway Center, brimming with enthu- siasm for the President, Trump said, “We’re going to keep on going. We’re going to keep on fighting and we’re going to keep on winning, winning, winning”. Nearly two dozen Demo- cratic leaders, including former US vice president Joe Biden, are aspiring to contest against him in the November 2020 presi- dential elections. The winner of the Democratic primary begin- ning early next year would get to challenge him. Vice President Mike Pence and the entire First Family along with First Lady Melania Trump were on the stage dur- ing the president’s first cam- paign speech. Trump also asked his out- going press secretary Sarah Sanders to address the enthu- siastic crowd. Trump is seek- ing her to run for the Governor of Arizona. “We’re going to miss her,” Trump said, calling her “a warrior”. Amidst chants of “four more years” from his support- ers, Trump announced his 2020 re-election campaign to com- plete his unfinished agenda. In his speech, Trump accused Democrats of pushing socialism and vowed, “America will never be a socialist country”. “Nobody has done what we have done in two-and-a- half years,” he said, citing his economic policies as a major accomplishment of his first term. He pledged to continue a crackdown against illegal immi- gration, one day after tweeting that US authorities would soon begin removing “millions of illegal aliens” from the country. “We believe our country should be a sanctuary for law- abiding citizens, not for crimi- nal aliens,” Trump told Florida supporters. He also accused Democrats of seeking to legalise illegal immigration in order to boost their voting base, and said they “want to destroy our country as we know it”. Complaining about special counsel Robert Mueller’s inves- tigation, Trump said that he has been under siege for years. “No president should ever have to go through this again,” he said. Trump accused Democrats and the media of conducting “a witch hunt” to “take down our incredible movement”. He also mentioned Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s difficult confirmation hearing and said, “They tried to destroy him with false and malicious accusati

Disclaimer: BidAssist has made every reasonable effort to ensure that the information is accurate and authentic however it cannot be held liable for any third-party claims or losses of any damages. BidAssist makes no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the results obtained from the use of the information. If you think you may have noticed any error or omission, please let us know by contacting contact@bidassist.com.