Trump in Orlando prompts Sentinel to say 'not Trump' in 2020

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Donald Trump said that the public will see his financial statements at some point but in the middle of his sentence, he lost his train of thought due to coughing in the room - by one of his own staffers, no less.

President Trump is set to officially kick-off his 2020 re-election campaign in Orlando Tuesday night, with supporters describing the event as the "Mother of All MAGA rallies" and an estimated 800 watch parties organized all across the USA. You can also see a livestream starting at 6 p.m. ET at KSAZ's Youtube live stream. And in 2019 he said windmills cause cancer (they don't).

She arrived at the center 2 a.m. Monday.

Some Trump supporters getting wet outside Orlando's Amway Center.

"We'd even consider backing Trump if, say, he found the proverbial cure for cancer or - about as likely - changed the essence of who he is (he won't)". He has held dozens of rallies around the country since his inauguration and filed paperwork for his reelection just hours after being sworn in.

Parade, rally to celebrate Raptors will draw huge crowds downtown
The last time the city held a sports celebration of this magnitude was after the Toronto Blue Jays won the World Series in 1993. With the city winning its first major professional in 25 years, it seems Raptors fever is taking over more than just Canada.

Traditionally, numbers this good and a nation at peace are a golden ticket to four more years for an American president.

The Trump campaign has wasted no time in trumpeting the response of the faithful, especially as polls suggest he is behind his primary Democratic opponents at the moment.

According to Gallup, Mr Trump's approval rating has never been over 46% - and as of last month, it dipped to 40%. Elizabeth Warren of MA is leading the President by 4 percentage points (47% to 43%) and Sen.

The Trump reportedly campaign fired several of its hired pollsters after leaks showed the president losing to Democrats next year in several key battleground states.

Who will take on Trump in 2020?