Breaking down the true and false in Trump’s Orlando campaign kickoff speech

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President Donald Trump arrives to speak at his re-election kickoff rally at the Amway Center.

"And for this reason tonight, I stand earlier than you to formally start my advertising and marketing and marketing and marketing campaign for a 2d term as president of the US".

His remarks came after President Donald Trump vowed to begin deporting "millions" next week, and Morgan signaled that would include undocumented families. "We are succesful of lay the basis for touchdown American astronauts on the outside of Mars".

Similarly, internal data from the Trump campaign's March polling, obtained by ABC News, shows Biden had a seven-point advantage in Florida in 2020.

In a speech to supporters in a packed stadium in Orlando, Trump railed against Democrats as the "radical left" driving the United States towards socialism, listed tax and regulation cuts as achievements, and cited his immigration policy as work in progress. "Not acceptable. It's not going to happen".

Trump told the crowd in Orlando, Florida, that he would protect their right to bear arms as he vowed to continue making America Great Again. His new campaign slogan - "Keep America Great" - was greeted with boisterous cheers.

Supporters lined Orlando's downtown sidewalks all day, waiting in tents and chairs overnight to be the first in the door.

The pageantry that's become synonymous with Trump's rallies was on full display.

"This is a historic event, we would not miss this for anything", one fan, David Meloney, told AFP.

How anxious should the eventual Democratic nominee be?

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"Our economy is the envy of the world", boomed the USA leader, who is betting that strong job growth will help persuade the country to give him a second term.

But Trump said that the "American dream" itself is in peril from illegal immigrants, insisting that his stuttering Mexico wall project would still go ahead.

But his comments appeared to allude to the shift to the left triggered by the success of self-proclaimed democratic socialist Bernie Sanders, who lost only narrowly to Hillary Clinton in the race to be the party's 2016 candidate.

The staggering sum was announced in a tweet on Wednesday morning by Republican Party Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel. But those involved in the president's reelection effort believe that his brash version of populism, combined with his mantra to "Drain the Swamp", still resonates, despite his administration's cozy ties with lobbyists and corporations and the Trump family's apparent efforts to profit off the presidency.

"I look at some of them, I don't see George Washington".

After more than two drama-filled years at the White House, the fast-talking real estate salesman bets that the economy and his message on immigration will persuade Republicans and enough centrist blue collar workers to vote him in again.

But there's no question that a lengthy probe into Trump's murky dealings with Russian Federation and his divisive, bruising style has left him wounded.

The Democratic National Committee, meanwhile, had just 7.5 million dollars with 6.2 million dollars in debt, records show.

Almost two dozen Democratic leaders are aspiring to contest against him in the November 2020 presidential elections.

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