Trump Campaign to Fly Anti-Socialism Banner Before Democratic Debate

The Trump campaign will fly a banner blasting socialism on Wednesday ahead of the next Democratic primary debate in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Trump campaign is expected to fly a banner over Atlanta blasting socialism, and run a newspaper ad in the Atlanta Journal Constitution before the next Democratic debate set for Wednesday.

The campaign made the announcement Wednesday saying it will fly the banner reading, “Democrats’ socialism will destroy Atlanta jobs” over the city from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The newspaper ad highlights exactly what the Democrats advocate for- eliminating fossil fuels, raising taxes, banning off shore drilling, and taking over healthcare.

The ad also highlights exactly what President Trump has achieved during his tenure in office which includes but is not limited to the creation of six million jobs, the lowest unemployment in American history, and record energy production.

Meanwhile, the Republican National Committee and President Trump’s reelection campaign have amassed record-shattering fundraising numbers even while the Democrats continue to push for impeachment.

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel weighed in on the progress during an interview Wednesday saying it raised over $25 million in October alone, $194 million during the 2019-2020 cycle, and has over $61 million cash on hand.

McDaniel continued by suggesting the Democrats’ impeachment push has backfired and has revitalized President Trump’s base and his fundraising efforts.

She went on to slam the Democrats vying for their party’s nomination saying no one cares because impeachment has been a distraction and people are not paying attention to them.

McDaniel also mentioned the left has not yet pinpointed their primary nominee as polls suggest candidates continue to fluctuate in popularity.

The top ten Democrats are set to take the stage at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta on Wednesday night, and will feature candidates like Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Pete Buttigieg.

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