Trump insults opponents, promises to win in 2020 in campaign rally

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — President Donald Trump has held his first campaign rally since Democrats launched an impeachment inquiry against him.

An angry, energised Trump whipped his supporters into a frenzy on Thursday at a rally in Minneapolis as he sought to use the Democrats’ two-week-old impeachment inquiry as a campaign weapon, and predicted a 2020 election “backlash” against any attempt to unseat him.

In a speech lasting one hour and 40 minutes, Trump bathed in supporters’ adulation, homing in on his favourite talking points with a mix of jokes, insults and populist exaggeration.

Trump told a crowd in Minnesota that he has done nothing wrong.

He is accused of pressuring Ukraine’s leader into investigating his Democratic rival, Joe Biden.


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