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Trump returned to re-election, promising to lay a foundation for humans to go to Mars

The crowd in Orlando was excited by the 1.5-hour speech of President Donald Trump, officially announcing a plan for re-election in 2020.


Right from the time the US president entered the stands, the cheers were loud. Mr. Trump said that the venue was large and that if there were vacant seats, the “fake media” would certainly criticize him, but he filled the stands.


President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump and Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Pence, Karen appeared in the ceremony to announce the re-election campaign of Mr. Trump. Mr. Pence called President Trump the “best person”.

Melania Trump opens with a short speech, saying that she and Mr. Trump are ready for 6 years. The crowd responded wildly.
Below are the Trump family members, including daughter Tiffany Trump, son Eric Trump and wife Lara Yunaska, daughter Ivanka and husband Jared Kushner, son Donald Trump Jr. and girlfriend.
Mr. Trump described his 2016 victory as “a decisive moment in American history”, not forgetting to criticize media and political opponents.
The US president also raised economic achievements and promised the next term if elected. He announced that he would find a cure for many diseases, including cancer, eradicate AIDS from the United States and create a basis for people to set foot on Mars.
The US president also promised to protect religious freedom and gun ownership. “We will continue to win, win and win,” he said in support of supporters.
The crowd of supporters was very excited when Mr. Trump spoke about immigration, criticizing and blaming the Democrats for what was going on.
Trump’s supporters filled about 20,000 vacancies in Orlando’s Amway center, a crowd of energetic and excited people, though Mr. Trump spoke for nearly an hour and a half.
Previously outside, many people rained to come to see Mr. Trump announced his re-election campaign.
A part of African voters also supported Mr. Trump outside the venue.
Latin-born voters also appeared, although Mr. Trump was very strong with immigration policy and border walls with Mexico.