U.S. President Trump to stress conservative stance in Republican convention nomination acceptance speech August 28 at 11:38 a.m.
At the Republican National Party Congress in the run-up to the U.S. presidential election, President Trump will take a look at his nomination acceptance speech. In addition to emphasizing an emphasis on conservative values, he is located in attacking Democratic candidate Biden as a radical leftist, clearly blurring the composition of the conflict and appealing for support for his own re-election.
The national party conference of the ruling party and the Republican Party in the run-up to the U.S. presidential election in November will be held on the 27th, and President Trump will look into his nomination acceptance speech at the White House.
President Trump is expected to appeal in his speech that he has achieved results in the economy, anti-illegal immigration measures, and trade with other countries since taking office.
In addition to emphasizing its emphasis on conservative values, it is thought that the opposition Democratic Party of Japan’s biden candidate is manipulated by the radical left and impressed by the transformation of the United States, with the view that the confrontational composition is clear.
In addition, the on-the-scenes protests against a black man being shot from behind by police officers are expected to highlight the difference by attacking Biden’s inability to maintain security while emphasizing law and order.
The presidential election has traditionally refrained from using the White House for campaigning, but this time it has attracted a large number of guests to produce a speech in a big way, and there has been a strong backlash against the White House’s political use.