Watch live: Trump warns supporters in Minnesota Biden will flood state with “refugees”

Watch live: Trump warns supporters in Minnesota Biden will flood state with "refugees"

President Trump warned his white fans in Bemidji, Minnesota, Friday night that former Vice President Joe Biden would inundate their state with refugees from the world’s most dangerous country.

Mr Trump opened his entourage with these covered remarks Friday night, in a state with a large number of Somali refugees.

“One of the most important issues in this election is the refugee issue that you know, you know it is probably better than almost anyone. Lots of luck. You spend quality time with refugees, that’s fine. We want to say Mr. Trump, referring to Minnesota representative Ilhan Omar.” Yes, Omar said, that’s beauty.

“How did you win the election? How did you win? It’s unbelievable,” the president told the audience who approved it. “Every family in Minnesota needs to know about Sleepy Joe Biden’s extreme plan to flood your state with an influx of refugees from Somalia, from elsewhere around the world.”

Trump lost Minnesota by a narrow margin in 2016, and polls show he’s trailing Biden.

Mr. Trump was around Wisconsin Thursday nightHe praised his administration’s work on the Corona virus and criticized Biden and his colleague in the election Senator Kamala Harris.


How to watch President Trump’s march

  • What: President Trump gathered in Minnesota
  • History: September 18, 2020
  • time: 7 pm ET
  • Your location: Bemidji Regional Airport
  • Online Stream: Follow your life CBSN – On the player above and on your A mobile device or broadcast device

On Friday, the president announced billions of dollars in aid to Puerto Rico just before the election, and claimed that 100 million doses of coronavirus vaccines would be available by the end of the year, and said he believed he knew better than his experts most of the time.

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“We have done more to Puerto Rico than anyone else,” Mr. Trump said of an island he once described as “one of the most corrupt places on earth”. For years, Mr. Trump has rejected the idea of ​​providing additional aid to Puerto Rico.

When asked why he was pushing for the aid package now, as the election date is so close and not a year ago, the President replied, “Because what we are doing is we have been working on it for a long time.”

Many Puerto Ricans live in Florida, where polls show Mr. Trump is dealing with Biden.

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