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president trump on Tuesday will formally launch his reelection campaign in what may be an up hill battle to persuade voters to give him four more years in office kicking it all off a rally in Orlando Florida tonight a sign of just how important the status to the president's reelection hopes love our country we love our present experts say the trump of twenty twenty will still be flaunting his unorthodox style eager to bash his democratic opponents every day the Democrat party is becoming more and more unhinged and promote his signature cracked down on immigration , traffic in order to stop it despite his polarizing policies the president is betting a strong U. S. economy will boost his chances to win he is doing great number one in the world but there will be plenty of challenges including the aftermath of a probe into Russian interference in the two thousand and sixteen election critics also see his presidential style marked by incessant tweets and name calling , and I can , this has undermined some Americans confidence ahead of the November twenty twenty election and nobody is expecting trump to change aides who had urged him early in his White House tenure to tone down his style are long gone trump has also unsettled business and farm groups with his use of tariffs and trade disputes with China and some allies some opinion polls have shown trump running consistently behind his main democratic challengers such as former vice president Joe Biden in key battleground states and while Tuesday's announcement will formalize trump's bid some critics say the president has never stopped campaigning frequency holding his make America great again rallies across the U. S. in the last two and a half years to keep his voter base charged up