President TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Judiciary chairman hints at subpoenaing Barr Florida election supervisors urge DeSantis to ‘act immediately’ to make voting safe amid pandemic Paul claims Biden ‘caught red-handed’ eavesdropping on Flynn MORE will travel to the prominent presidential battleground of Pennsylvania on Thursday, further submerging himself in a politically charged debate over whether states are opening too quickly or slowly amid the coronavirus pandemic.Scores of protesters descended on the state capital last month to protest Gov. Tom Wolf’s (D) stay-at-home directive, and Trump amped them on, tweeting Monday that Pennsylvanians “want their freedom now.”It’s just the latest example of Trump urging demonstrators to rally against state stay-at-home orders; he previously suggested that citizens “liberate” the states of Michigan and Minnesota — two other swing states on his 2020 target list.ADVERTISEMENTThe efforts reflect Trump’s drive to reopen the economy amid a coronavirus-fueled recession that is endangering his reelection hopes this fall. Trump’s advisers see the faltering economy, which was once their best argument for reelecting Trump, as an existential danger.The polls are showing bright-red warning signs for Trump. The Real Clear Politics average of polls has presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenPaul claims Biden ‘caught red-handed’ eavesdropping on Flynn Poll finds… Read full this story
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