A week after the GOP’s convention in Cleveland, it is not easy to stay focused on the party’s big ideas.
In fact, it would be hard to find a more unifying message than a “do the right thing” message.
That is the message the Trump campaign is trying to sell to Republican voters who are flocking to the convention to rally around the GOP nominee and his populist agenda.
“If we’re going to win this election, we’re not going to let this be a coronavirus,” Trump said at a campaign rally in Cleveland.
“We’re going the opposite way.”
Trump, who has been a consistent and consistent critic of the Democratic Party for decades, will spend the next few weeks trying to position himself as the antidote to the Democratic establishment and its policies, from immigration to trade and trade policy.
He will also use the week to make a push to attract women and minorities to the GOP.
“In the next four weeks, we have to convince more and more women, we will win women,” Trump declared to the crowd.
“There is no question about that.”
A week ago, the Republican National Committee’s platform did not include any mention of abortion, gay rights or transgender rights.
Trump said on Tuesday that the platform was a product of “a little bit of a backlash.”
Democrats, however, were pleased to see the platform take a strong stance on abortion and LGBT rights.
“The Republican platform will not allow for the destruction of women and girls, nor will it allow for a policy that allows for a culture that promotes discrimination,” said DNC vice chairwoman Karen Finney.
“So our platform is a clear rejection of those ideas and it speaks to the deep concerns that people have with the direction our country is headed.”
At a rally in Las Vegas, the first of several in the coming weeks to be held in the state, Trump said, “The American people are not voting for a party that doesn’t stand for something.
The American people don’t want a party where you can say anything you want.”
During the Republican convention, Trump has been hammering on the issue of the GOP primary nominating process, with Republican leaders saying they were not sure what the process was supposed to look like.
“I have a hard time with this,” said House Speaker Paul Ryan.
I think we need to have the vetting of them and we need a very thorough vetting of the process.” “
And the problem is, you have the people that are getting to be nominated, who are the people who have been vetted.
I think we need to have the vetting of them and we need a very thorough vetting of the process.”
On Wednesday, Trump will hold a rally outside of Cleveland to rally the base.
“The Republicans need to unite,” Trump will say.
“They are in a death spiral right now.
We’re going through a coronivirus.
We have to take responsibility for our own coronaviral coronavirect. “
Now, the coronaviruses are not our fault.
We have to take responsibility for our own coronaviral coronavirect.
The coronavivirus has killed many Americans, and that is our fault.”
The RNC platform also says the party will focus on the economy, immigration and health care, and will not shy away from criticizing President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform law.
“Instead of focusing on how we can lower premiums and lower deductibles, the Trump administration should focus on how it can help all Americans stay healthy and avoid the costly costs of healthcare,” the platform says.
“This is the only way we can keep America competitive.”
“You’re going down a long path of making sure that you’re not getting to a point where the next president is a Democrat,” Trump added.
“It’s a very dangerous path.
You’re going into a situation where you’re going, ‘Whoa, wait a minute, this could be a bad thing for the country.'”
“I’ll say this about the coroniviruses: It’s the least of our concerns,” said Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez.
“A lot of people are scared of this.
But we also have to remember, it isn’t a coronavalirus.
It is an epidemic.
It’s not like the Great Depression.”
After his convention speech, Trump also will hold an event on Tuesday at a church in Louisville, Kentucky.
The crowd is expected to include a number of members of Congress, state and local officials, as well as several of his most fervent supporters, including some who had never backed a presidential candidate before the convention.
The rally comes after Trump gave a series of interviews to conservative media outlets and appeared on Fox News Sunday to address the coronavaliral crisis.
After Trump was asked by host Chris Wallace why he would not allow