Campaigning in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, President Donald Trump portrayed his opponent, Joe Biden, as an opponent of ‘oil, guns and God,’ and told his Pittsburgh audience that “this election is a matter of economic survival for Pennsylvania.”
“Our opponents, they don’t want petroleum products, OK?” Trump said.
“They want wind. Let’s open up wind.”
Trump has tried to tie Biden to the more progressive wing of the Democratic party during the election season.
Tuesday evening, he mocked Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rep. Ilhan Omar, a Somali-born Democrat in Minnesota.
“They have the Green New Deal where there will be no energy almost of any kind,” Trump said.
“Now it’s it’s crazy; thought of by AOC plus three, you know.”
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