The reelection campaign site, named ‘How to Win an Argument with Your Liberal Relatives’ at the web address ‘Snowflake Victory,’ is Trump’s latest endeavor to secure voters for 2020.
The website contains pointers that range a bevy of political issues, including the economy, healthcare, the border wall and the impeachment.
The Trump campaign launched a website named ‘How to Win an Argument with Your Liberal Relatives’ to help his supporters win arguments against liberal relatives
Lara Trump, President Trump’s daughter-in-law, appears in the website’s promotional video and under several categories
In a statement from Kayleigh McEnany, the Trump campaign national press secretary, the campaign said they want the president’s supporters to ‘be ready’ come holiday time.
‘We’ve all seen the news articles about liberal snowflakes being afraid to see their MAGA relatives at Christmas or holiday gatherings, so the Trump campaign wants people to be ready,’ McEnany said.
‘We’re not helping snowflakes avoid arguments – we’re helping Trump supporters win them! As 2019 draws to a close and 2020 approaches, President Trump and Americans are going to be winning, winning, and winning, and then winning some more!’
Under a category reserved for Joe Biden, the website claims the presidential candidate threatened to withhold $1million in aid from Ukraine and the accusation ‘has not been debunked.’
A statement from President Donald Trump’s (pictured) campaign national press secretary said, ‘We’re not helping snowflakes avoid arguments – we’re helping Trump supporters win them!’
‘No matter what the fake news tells you, nothing about Joe Biden withholding aid from Ukraine – unless the prosecutor who was looking into Burisma was fired – has been “debunked”,’ they wrote.
‘Hunter Biden had no energy experience. No knowledge of Ukraine. No policy experience. He didn’t even speak the language. The reason Hunter Biden got the job? Five letters. His last name, B-I-D-E-N.’
Despite the Trump administration’s accusations at the Bidens, neither they nor anyone else has yet to disclose information confirming the claim.
The website addresses several political points, including economy, healthcare, the border wall and the impeachment
CBS News pushed back at some of the information iterated in the categories, noting that Trump’s claim that he is ‘expanding health care access’ goes against U.S. Census data that found Americans without health care have increased by over one million since last year.
It also fact checked information that Elizabeth Warren’s ‘Medicare for All’ plan would cost 52 trillion dollars, ‘undoubtedly raising taxes on the middle class to pay for it.’
This goes against the stated plan that specifically avoids raising taxes for middle class citizens.
Lara: ‘We put together this handy website to give you some pointers on how to fight back, because nothing contributes to holiday happiness like winning an argument. And you know how President Trump feel about winning’
Each section has a corresponding video with Trump supporters further breaking down the talking points, including Eric Trump’s wife Lara.
In a promo video released on the president’s YouTube page, Lara addresses audiences by pointedly wishing them a Merry Christmas.
‘Here at President Trump’s reelection campaign we’re sure happy it’s okay to say Merry Christmas again…because for a long time liberals wouldn’t let people say that, and you might run across people like that over the holidays,’ she said.
‘We put together this handy website to give you some pointers on how to fight back, because nothing contributes to holiday happiness like winning an argument. And you know how President Trump feel about winning.’
Despite Trump’s love of winning, he recently took a political loss after he was impeached on two articles by the House.
On December 18, Trump was impeached by two articles impeachment, specifically abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
While it was previously predicted that Trump would be impeached, it still fired up Republicans and conservative politicians who blasted Democrats for leading partisan biased charges.
Trump even slammed Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi with a blistering letter where he claimed she views, ‘democracy as [her] enemy.’
Trump (pictured) was impeached over two articles on December 18 during a vote by the House after he directed a searing letter at Nancy Pelosi
Trump wrote a letter to Nancy Pelosi (center) before the House impeachment vote, saying she suffered from ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’
‘Everyone, you included, knows what is really happening. Your chosen candidate lost the election in 2016, in an Electoral College landslide (306-227), and you and your party have never recovered from this defeat. You have developed a full-fledged case of what many in the media call Trump Derangement Syndrome and sadly, you will never get over it,’ he wrote.
‘Perhaps most insulting of all is your false display of solemnity. You apparently have so little respect for the American People that you expect them to believe that you are approaching this impeachment somberly, reservedly, and reluctantly. No intelligent person believes what you are saying.’
‘You are making a mockery of impeachment and you are scarcely concealing your hatred of me, of the Republican Party, and tens of millions of patriotic Americans,’ he continued.
The impeachment saga began when the whistleblower revealed that Trump was allegedly withholding military aid money from Ukraine, a United States ally, in exchange for an investigation into former vice president Joe Biden.
Biden’s current position as a presidential nominee has placed him as a direct political foe in the upcoming 2020 election.
Trump then accused Biden of using his political influence to have a Ukrainian prosecutor fired because the prosecutor was probing into his son, Hunter Biden’s, energy company
Hunter was previously on the board of a Ukrainian energy company while his father was vice president.
Trump has repeatedly condemned the impeachment inquiry and reportedly told confidants that even if he is acquitted, it will stain his legacy.
In the same vein, Trump believes that impeachment could bolster his political hold during re-election, citing campaign data that his numbers have increased in battle ground states since the process began.
Trump is scheduled to hold his first 2020 ‘Keep America Great’ campaign rally in Toledo, Ohio, on January 9.
In the 2016 election, Trump won Ohio by eight percentage points over Hillary Clinton.
When the rally was initially announced, the Trump campaign highlighted his record on job creation.
‘Ohio is booming thanks to President Trump and jobs are coming back to the state. Since President Trump’s election, Ohio has added 94,700 new jobs, including 14,700 manufacturing jobs,’ said Michael Glassner, Trump’s campaign chief operating office, to The Hill.
Before the rally, Trump is expected to launch the ‘Evangelicals for Trump’ coalition during an event in Miami, Florida, on January 3.