Trump Says Biden Will Be Bad for Jobs at Wisconsin Rally

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    President Donald Trump has told supporters in Wisconsin a win for Joe Biden in November’s presidential election will be bad for jobs in the United States. Trump was speaking at a campaign rally in Mosinee, Wisconsin. “I’m running for re-election and a very important re-election to bring jobs and factories back,” Trump said. The president also criticized his Democratic rival’s record on law and order, a theme that has dominated his campaign in recent weeks. “If Biden wins, the mob wins. If Biden wins, the rioters, anarchists, arsonists and flag burners, they win,” Trump said. Earlier on Thursday, Biden went Trump again and again over his handling of COVID-19, calling Trump’s downplaying of the pandemic “criminal” and his administration “totally irresponsible.” “We will deliver a safe and effective vaccine before the end of the year, and it could be very, very soon,” Trump told his supporters.

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