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has this story backwards. I was the reporter who asked @SenFeinstein
these questions. She told me she was initially going to vote against impeachment "before this"
But when I asked her to clarify, she said she's changed her opinion https://t.co/sJeYl2VkNl
— Alayna Treene (@alaynatreene) January 28, 2020
President Trump headlined a jam-packed rally in Wildwood, New Jersey, on Tuesday night, hours after his attorneys wrapped up their opening arguments in his Senate impeachment trial -- and minutes after sources told Fox News that Republicans don't have the votes yet to block additional witnesses who could extend the proceedings.
An elevated level of enthusiasm was evident in the larger-than-normal crowd sizes inside and outside the Wildwoods Convention Center, and Fox News spoke to several attendees who had been waiting more than 24 hours to ensure they would be seated.
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"While we are creating jobs and killing terrorists, the congressional Democrats are obsessed with demented hoaxes, crazy witch hunts, and deranged partisan crusades," Trump said. "We will make sure they face another crushing defeat in the next election."
Hotels ordinarily closed for the winter were open for business and largely sold out. Bars and restaurants offered drink specials like the "MAGA-Rita" and the "subpoena-colada" -- bringing to life what was normally a ghost town in the cold days of January on the Jersey Shore.
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"We have tens of thousands of people outside," Trump said to chants of "Four more years!" and other cheers. "If anyone would like to give them your place, please let us know."
Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said that the campaign had received 158,632 requests for tickets at the event, including 92,841 distinct signups, and had identified a total of 73,482 voters --10.4 percent of whom didn't vote in 2016, and 26.3 percent of whom were self-described Democrats.
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Garden State native Kellyanne Conway: 'South Jersey is Trump country'
The president, again and again, touted the "blue-collar boom" in the economy -- including historically low unemployment, rising wages especially among low-income workers, and soaring markets.
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"Earnings for the bottom 10 percent are rising faster than earnings for the top 10 percent, for the first...
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