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'Referendum' on Biden is Trump's assessment of the November elections


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As the midterm election results become final in November, former President Donald Trump urges Americans to vote for Republican candidates.


On Saturday evening, the former president spoke at a rally in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, to campaign for Republican candidates, including Senate candidate Mehmet Oz and gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano. A highly watched race is taking place between Oz and Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman.


“This election is a referendum on skyrocketing inflation, rampant crime, soaring murders, crushing gas prices, millions and millions of illegal aliens pouring across our border, race and gender indoctrination, converting our schools,” Trump said on Sept. 3. “And above all, this election is a referendum on the corruption and extremism of [President] Joe Biden and the radical Democrat Party.”


“We are just two months away from the most important midterm election in American history,” Trump continued, “We need a landslide so big that the radical left just cannot rig it.”
“If you want to stop this destruction of America, you must vote Republican, you must go out and vote,” Trump added.


5 Sep 2022


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