Donald Trump Jr has told supporters that a vote for his father would ‘make liberals cry again’ as the President’s family helped him on his final reelection push.
The President was joined at the last day of his campaign by Donald Jr and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, Eric and Lara Trump, Tiffany, Ivanka and Jared Kushner.
Donald Trump Jr has told supporters in Wisconsin that a vote for his father would ‘make liberals cry again’ as they made their final election push
He said: ‘Hello Wisconsin. Or if I was Joe Biden, I’d say Florida but it doesn’t matter, you don’t have to be right.
‘Thank you for the support, we’ve been seeing it on the ground every day for weeks, because unlike the Bidens, we don’t have a mainstream media that will campaign for us.
‘We have to do it ourselves on the ground with you guys.
‘We need you to get out and bring your friends to vote tomorrow. And when we do, we can not only keep making America great again, but we can make liberals cry again.’
The President was joined at the last day of his campaign in Kenosha by Donald Jr and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, Eric and Lara Trump, Tiffany, Ivanka and Jared Kushner
Donald Jr was invited to the stage by his father and made an impassioned speech in defense of his father and criticized rival Joe Biden
Handing the microphone back to his father, Trump said: ‘Good job, thanks kid.’
Later, the Trump family headed to their final event of the campaign in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
He said: ‘I think we’re going to win everything. I think tomorrow is going to be one of the greatest wins in the history.
‘This is not the crowd of somebody who is going to lose the state of Michigan,’ he said. ‘This is not the crowd of a second place finisher.’
‘We want a big win. Not just a win. A big win.’
President Donald Trump enters the final rally of his 2020 presidential campaign in Grand Rapids, Michigan
Democratic rival Joe Biden leads in national polls and in polling in several critical battleground states. Biden is up by 6.7 points in the RealClearPolitics polling average. But it’s been an unusual year – upended by the coronavirus pandemic – and Tuesday’s race is not a lock.
‘He’s not going to win. I really don’t believe he’s going to win,’ Trump said of his rival.
Several former members of his 2016 campaign and the early days of his administration were on hand for the event: former Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and former press secretary Sarah Sanders were spotted.
While Trump went from state to state on Monday, Biden kept his focus on Pennsylvania. He, Jill Biden, Kamala Harris, and Doug Emhoff barnstormed the critical state all day.
Eric Trump and his wife Lara Trump, Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, and Donald Trump Jr., and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, listen as President Donald Trump speaks at his final rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan
At his closing rally in Pittsburgh, Biden offered a message of hope.
‘Tomorrow is the beginning of a new day,’ he said. ‘Tomorrow we can put an end to a presidency that has left hard-working Americans out in the cold. Tomorrow we can put an end to a presidency that has divided this nation and fanned the flames of hate. Tomorrow we can put an end to a presidency that has failed to protect this nation. Millions of Americans have already voted. Millions more will vote tomorrow.’
‘And my message to you is simple: The power to change this country is in your hands,’ he said.
Trump will spend Election Day at the White House with a quick trip to Northern Virginia to thank his campaign staff at his headquarters there.
Biden will keep campaigning, attending get-out-the-vote events in Pennsylvania.