President Trump opened a three-day campaign swing through the West with a rally near Reno, Nev., Saturday night, pledging there to quickly revive the economy and keep the “radical left” at bay.
“At no time before has there been a clearer choice between two parties, or two visions; two philosophies, two agendas for the future,” Trump said.
“On November 3, Nevada will decide whether we will quickly return to record prosperity like we had.”
Trump pledged the support of police and “law and order” in a speech that primarily focused on attacks against Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden and other adversaries.
Reprising a favorite line, he said, “Sleepy Joe” doesn’t “know he’s alive.”
“You know where Biden is now?” Trump asked. “He’s in his damn basement.”
Trump continued to push his warning that Democrats were promoting mail-in voting during the pandemic in order to “rig” and “steal” the election.
As typical for the president, scant evidence was offered to