President Donald Trump, speaking at his campaign headquarters in Arlington, Virginia Tuesday as voters head to the polls, offered a positive message to members of his campaign who’ve been working to get him reelected.
“We just got back. We had some incredible rallies and incredible times and I hear we’re doing very well in Florida, and we’re doing very well in Arizona, we’re doing incredibly well in Texas… I’m hearing we’re doing well all over,” Trump opened his remarks.
The President spoke optimistically that he would win Tuesday’s election, saying “…we’re gonna have a great night and… much more importantly we’re gonna have a great four years…”
Moreover, Trump said he feels “very good” after completing six rallies in the last day, but that “the voice gets a little bit choppy, I think.”
Trump touted the accomplishments of his administration, including his handling of the novel coronavirus.
When asked by members of the press whether he’s prepared acceptance and concession speeches, Trump said he’s not “thinking about” that.
“You know, winning is easy, losing is never easy, not for me it’s not.” -Pres. Trump
Instead, Trump emphasized the enthusiasm behind his campaign and the thousands of supporters showing up at his rallies in shows of incredible support.
“When you see rallies the likes of which in the history of this country, probably in the history of the world, nobody’s ever seen before,” Trump said. “There’s a tremendous love going on in this country and there’s really a tremendous unity… nobody’s ever seen that. Where you take an airport and the airport’s not big enough to hold the crowds. Nobody’s ever seen a thing like that.”
He continued, “Our opposition as you know would have a few people sitting in circles, and that’s ok, that’s not abnormal… But we would get crowds of 50,000 people, 45,000 people more. Nobody’s ever seen anything like that. So, it was an honor. They’re great people. These are people that they appreciate what we did and they also remember before I got there and before we all got there.”
Parting ways with the office, Trump left his Campaign with a message of gratitude. “I really came here to thank you all and I’m gonna say and get immediately back to work,” he said, before taking questions from reporters.
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