From Minnesota DFL <[email protected]>
Subject This is worse than we expected John
Date May 18, 2024 2:54 AM
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TRUMP: “We want a landslide in your state… that is too big to rig”


Trump just wrapped up his first visit to Minnesota of the election cycle where he headlined a SOLD-OUT room at the Minnesota GOP’s biggest fundraiser of the year. 

He spent over an hour doubling down on the lie that he actually won Minnesota in 2020 (yet claimed the election was “rigged” multiple times), promising millions of deportations, saying President Biden is “destroying our country,” and touting his unhinged agenda alongside more lies than we could count. But if there’s one thing he’s right about, it's that he’s well within reach of flipping Minnesota red in November. 

With tickets topping out at $100,000 a table (again, sold-out!), Minnesota Republicans are in the best financial position they’ve been in for years. They know this election is the best shot they’ve had since 1972 at flipping Minnesota red, and now they have the resources to get it done. 

To fight back against the lies, misinformation, and attacks Trump brought with him to our state today, it’s absolutely essential that we reach our individual contributions goal by midnight, and right now, we’re still more than 200 short!

John, the future of our state, country, and democracy itself is in our hands. Please pitch in any amount that works for you right now to help us reach our goal so we can work together to keep Minnesota blue and stop Donald Trump!

Thank you, 

Minnesota DFL


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