Trump projects confidence at N. Carolina rally

President Donald Trump is projecting confidence and declaring at a North Carolina rally that “we’re going to win anyway” despite investigations he says were launched as part of an attempted takedown. (Nov. 2)

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PRESIDENT TRUMP: Tomorrow, we are going to win this state. And we are going to win four more years in our great White House. With your vote, we will continue to cut your taxes, cut regulations, support our great police, support our fantastic military, care for our veterans, protect your Second Amendment, defend religious liberty, and ensure more products are proudly stamped with that wonderful phrase, "Made in the USA."


We've been under a phony, fake hoax investigation for three years, nothing but bad and really corrupt publicity from these people. And I say, I wonder what the difference would have been had it been legit, right, had it been legit? And it turned out to be just the opposite. They were the ones that committed the crimes, not us.

But I wonder what it would have been? It probably would have been a little bit easier. But, you know, the good news, we're going to win anyway. We're going to shove it-- And now, we'll have a chance to do it without the cloud. Because I had a cloud hanging over my head, whether we like it or not. And then they say, he was tough. He fought too hard. He was somewhat crude. He was very, very nasty.

His Twitter, now, you know what? If I didn't have social media, I wouldn't be here. It was the only way I could defend myself. So it's one of those things. But-- proud citizens like you helped build this country. And together, we are taking back our country. We are returning power to you, the American people. With your help, your devotion, and your drive, we are going to keep on working. We are going to keep on fighting. We are going to keep on winning, winning, winning.