As he had stated, “We believe in the dignity of work and the sanctity of life. We believe that faith and family, not government and bureaucracy, are the center of the American way.”
These are the things that helped him win Wisconsin in 2016 and these are the things that will get the president re-elected in 2020. In contrast, his opponents plan to expand the welfare state, grow the federal bureaucracy, undermine the family, decry people of faith and even allow the taking of a life after a baby has been born.
A great deal is at stake in the 2020 election. We expect to see the president many, many times over the next 18 months. My message to him is clear: Remind voters of the good things happening during your time in office, show them what is at stake in the next election and spell out how far out of touch your opponents are on nearly every issue. If he does that, he can carry my home state and with it, the election.
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