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Trump tells rally ‘economy will collapse’ if Biden wins & Harris becoming first woman president would ‘be an insult’

DONALD Trump said the “economy will collapse” if Joe Biden wins the election in November when speaking at a rally in North Carolina on Tuesday night.

He slammed Democratic VP nominee Kamala Harris, saying she would be an “insult” as the first female president.

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Trump claimed during a campaign rally in North Carolina that if Joe Biden is elected, the 'economy will collapse'

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Trump claimed during a campaign rally in North Carolina that if Joe Biden is elected, the ‘economy will collapse’Credit: AP:Associated Press
Joe Biden speaks during a campaign event in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on August 31, 2020

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Joe Biden speaks during a campaign event in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on August 31, 2020Credit: Reuters
Kamala Harris speaks in Washington on August 27, 2020

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Kamala Harris speaks in Washington on August 27, 2020Credit: AP:Associated Press

Trump hit at Biden during his rally in Winston-Salem, as supporters whistled and cheered.

He claimed that the “mob will keep stealing your food,” if his Democrat opponent claims victory in the presidential election, The Daily Mail reported.

“Joe Biden has spent 47 years shipping North Carolina jobs to China,” Trump said.

He called the Obama-Biden administration’s Trans-Pacific Partnership a “job-killing catastrophe.”

“For half a century, Joe Biden shook hands with blue-collar workers, and then he turned around and immediately stabbed them in the back,” Trump claimed.

“Biden supported NAFTA, China’s entry into the World Trade Organization, TPP, the South Korea disaster deal and mass amnesty for illegal aliens. Think of it,” he continued.

Trump also took the chance to attack Harris, saying she would be an “insult” as the first female president, The Hill reported.

“People don’t like her. Nobody likes her,” Trump said.

“She could never be the first woman President.

“That would be an insult to our country,” he added.

Supporters are seen at Trump's rally in North Carolina

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Supporters are seen at Trump’s rally in North CarolinaCredit: AP:Associated Press
Trump gestures during his campaign event on September 8

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Trump gestures during his campaign event on September 8Credit: Reuters
Biden arrives for an event in the backyard of a Lancaster, Pennsylvania home on September 7, 2020

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Biden arrives for an event in the backyard of a Lancaster, Pennsylvania home on September 7, 2020Credit: AP:Associated Press
Harris listens during a tour of the IBEW 494 training facility in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 7, 2020

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Harris listens during a tour of the IBEW 494 training facility in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on September 7, 2020Credit: AP:Associated Press

Also at his rally, signs reading “Peaceful Protester” were handed out.

“We’ve decided to call all our rallies peaceful protests,” Trump said, as he hit at “rioters” in Democrat-run cities.

He added: “My heart is with the hard working patriots of all backgrounds who build up our communities, not the violent criminals and extremists and agitators and anarchists who burn them down.”

Trump again slammed Biden, alleging he “condemns law enforcement”.

“Instead of standing up to the far-left rioters, Biden condemns law enforcement and condemns America,” Trump said.

Despite Trump’s claims, Biden’s Deputy Campaign Manager, Kate Bedingfield, previously maintained that Biden has condemned violence at demonstrations across the nation.

Trump claimed 'Joe Biden shook hands with blue-collar workers, and then he turned around and immediately stabbed them in the back'

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Trump claimed ‘Joe Biden shook hands with blue-collar workers, and then he turned around and immediately stabbed them in the back’Credit: AP:Associated Press
Trump speaks during the September 8 rally in North Carolina

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Trump speaks during the September 8 rally in North CarolinaCredit: AP:Associated Press

“He came out right after George Floyd was killed back in May, said there’s no place for violence,” Bedingfield said of Biden.

“He said it forcefully again this week,” she said, just days after a gunman opened fire at a Kenosha protest, killing two and injuring another.

“That’s certainly not true,” she added, shooting down claims that Biden did not condemn violence.




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