President Donald Trump says he “could be the world’s greatest fundraiser,” but he doesn’t want to put in the work or have to “do things” in return for his donors. (Oct. 16)
DONALD TRUMP: Minnesota. You know, Minnesota, I think hasn't been won since 1972. We're going to win Minnesota.
He's a servant of the wealthy donors, globalists, and special interests who got rich bleeding America dry. And by the way, I could call these guys, every one of them would give me millions. I'm president. I call heads of Wall Street firms. I'd say, hey, do me a favor, could you give me $5 million? Every single one.
I can't do that, though. Because, you know what? If I do that, I got to do things for them. And I don't want to do-- I want to do what's right. I could call. I could raise more money.
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I can raise more money. I'd be the world's greatest fundraiser, but I just don't want to do it. Because then they call you. And you sort of say, hey, you know, they treated me good. I got to treat them good. I know you don't think that's the way the system works. But that's the way the system, I guess, works, unfortunately.
Biden has no power. He's got none-- he's got none. He's done. Up here, he's done.
If he wins, the radical left will be running this country. They're addicted to power. And God help our country if that happens. I really mean it. You'll never make a comeback. It'll be a large scale version of Venezuela. I've been saying that for a year, but I never meant it like I mean it now.
And we're going to do something very special. We're going to get it for every person that--
I want to find out who won or lost. I want to find out, legitimately, who won or lost on November 3. I'm not looking to find out-- I'm not looking to find out on November 19, or on December 1, or on two years from now.
To confiscate your guns, drive God from the public square, and abolish the suburbs. That's what they want to do.