President Trump holds MAGA rally in Macon, Ga.


 

 

 

President Donald Trump waves as he leaves after speaking at a campaign rally at Middle Georgia Regional Airport, Friday, Oct. 16, 2020, in Macon, Ga. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

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UPDATED 7:31 AM PT – Saturday, October 17, 2020

The President marked his fifth visit to Peach State since he first announced his bid for the White House back in 2015. On Friday, President Trump held a ‘Make America Great Again’ at the Middle Georgia Regional Airport in the city of Macon.

The President took aim at Democrat opponent Joe Biden following a recent article exposing the alleged corruption surrounding the former vice president’s family. He also accused Biden of being purchased by Wall Street by suggesting he’s being influenced by corporate interests.

“He (Biden) is a servant of the wealthy donors, globalists and special interests who got rich bleeding America dry,” the President stated.

While switching gears, President Trump then slammed Democrats for their attacks on the gun rights of Americans.

President Trump went on to caution against a Democrat in the Oval Office.

“If he wins, the radical left will be running this country,” he stated. “They’re addicted to power and God help our country if that happens, I really mean it.”

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