Donald Trump Jr. joins campaign event in Omaha

Part of the president’s campaign team stopped in Omaha Monday. Jr. is touring the country with “Turning Point Action.”The conservative group’s efforts focus on high school and college students.Trump Jr. took the stage with Charlie Kirk to a packed house in Omaha.”We have to be louder than ever for our support of this president,” Kirk said.Trump Jr. defended President Trump’s tax returns, and said they’re more transparent than most.”I want to see the tax returns of the lifetime politician who is all of the sudden a billionaire more than the billionaire who became a lifetime politician,” Trump Jr. said.The president’s son said isn’t the right choice for progress in America. “Half a century in Washington, D.C., if could have fixed anything, he would have by now,” Trump Jr. said. Charlie Kirk also listed off some of Trump’s accomplishments.”Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, now a third supreme court judge, we renegotiated NAFTA, we also moved the embassy to Jerusalem, recognized Golan Heights, canceled the Iran deal, first president not to start an endless war,” Kirk said.They said the metro is responsible for deciding the future and said the Democratic Party of old is gone, saying the ideas now are too radical.“You now live in a battleground district,” Kirk said.Supporters said the speech energized them to show their support for the president.”I knew that this district was important, but I didn’t know it would be a hinge district, if they can get the electoral vote from this district,” Perry Gauthier said.Young voters said they know the president’s attitude can be rough, but they support his values and his work.“He obviously needs to learn to shut his mouth sometimes, but he also is very honest and open and vulnerable with us, which is something I really respect in a president,” Caleb Cherry said.The Nebraska Democratic Party and the Democratic National Committee both offered responses to Trump Jr.’s visit.The NDP said President Trump is “trying to sabotage health care,” and said “Nebraskans can’t afford four more years of Trump’s failures.”

Part of the president’s campaign team stopped in Omaha Monday.

Jr. is touring the country with “Turning Point Action.”

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The conservative group’s efforts focus on high school and college students.

Trump Jr. took the stage with Charlie Kirk to a packed house in Omaha.

“We have to be louder than ever for our support of this president,” Kirk said.

Trump Jr. defended President Trump’s tax returns, and said they’re more transparent than most.
“I want to see the tax returns of the lifetime politician who is all of the sudden a billionaire more than the billionaire who became a lifetime politician,” Trump Jr. said.

The president’s son said isn’t the right choice for progress in America.

“Half a century in Washington, D.C., if could have fixed anything, he would have by now,” Trump Jr. said.

Charlie Kirk also listed off some of Trump’s accomplishments.

“Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, now a third supreme court judge, we renegotiated NAFTA, we also moved the embassy to Jerusalem, recognized Golan Heights, canceled the Iran deal, first president not to start an endless war,” Kirk said.

They said the metro is responsible for deciding the future and said the Democratic Party of old is gone, saying the ideas now are too radical.

“You now live in a battleground district,” Kirk said.

Supporters said the speech energized them to show their support for the president.

“I knew that this district was important, but I didn’t know it would be a hinge district, if they can get the electoral vote from this district,” Perry Gauthier said.

Young voters said they know the president’s attitude can be rough, but they support his values and his work.

“He obviously needs to learn to shut his mouth sometimes, but he also is very honest and open and vulnerable with us, which is something I really respect in a president,” Caleb Cherry said.

The Nebraska Democratic Party and the Democratic National Committee both offered responses to Trump Jr.’s visit.

The NDP said President Trump is “trying to sabotage health care,” and said “Nebraskans can’t afford four more years of Trump’s failures.”

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