Running up to the 2020 presidential election, President Trump arrived in Wisconson, holding a rally while boasting of his strong economy and criticizing his Democratic opponents.
Rallying for Votes
President Trump managed to win the electoral college votes from Wisconson in 2016 and is hoping to do that again in the next election. He arrived at Green Bay Wisconson to talk about how he had managed to get the economy at a 3.2% growth in the first quarter. He also cited the reductions in family poverty in the state of Wisconson since he had become president before he began talking about his opponents. “They should change that to the Radical Left Democrat Party,” he told a crowd that occupied the 10,500-seat Risch Center in Green Bay. “It’s crazy what’s going on with them. Oh, do I look forward to running against them.” 
The Trump rally took place near the evening, with Trump referring to his opponents by degrading nicknames such as “Sleepy Joe” Biden and “Crazy Bernie” Sanders before making a prediction that Elizabeth Warren’s candidacy was already over before it had even started. “I think Pocahontas [Warren], she’s finished; she’s out.”
Trump wrapped up his rally by warning the audience that Democrats would try to take away their guns and would raise taxes. He also renewed his promises to build the wall between the United States and Mexico and stated that he was working on a health care plan for after the election.