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keep America great , president Donald Trump kicked off his bid for reelection Tuesday in the key battleground state of Florida and he sounded much like the trump of twenty sixteen focusing on old campaign themes like illegal immigration the news media and his old opponent Hillary Clinton Hillary brook good Ellery it was an hour and twenty minutes speech where he presented himself as a political insurgent ready to shake things up and we restored government of by and for the people he took on everything from China to his idea for a space force and he also declared himself a victim by the way , that is a lot of fake news back there that's , trump again made issue of special counsel Robert Miller's investigation into Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election it was all an illegal attempt to overturn the results of the election , more than two years into his term trump also detailed positives from a growing economy to low unemployment however with over a year before election day pulls point to an uphill fight for trump on the campaign trail a Reuters Ipsos poll on June eleventh gave trump a forty percent approval rating some Americans confidence in trump has been undermined by issues that include the rushing choir E. which found insufficient evidence to establish the trump campaign engaged in criminal conspiracy as well as trump's style of name calling and shocking tweets other polls of ranked him behind his main challengers from the Democrats like front runner Joe Biden on Tuesday trump came armed with sharp words for the crowded field of twenty four hopefuls on the other side our radical Democrat opponents are driven by hatred prejudice in rage they want to destroy you and they want to destroy our country as we know it not acceptable it's not going to happen , Democrats have cited a series of promises trump has not met in his first term , from lowering drug prices to closing tax loopholes for corporations