Mike Pence just left Washington to fundraise in a key swing state for the 2020 election – Pennsylvania.
The results of Pence’s trip bode well for the Trump campaign – and the media knows it.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Vice President Mike Pence raised $1 million for President Trump’s reelection campaign during an outdoor fundraiser hosted by a wealthy Republican donor in this key swing state.
Pence headlined the Trump campaign fundraiser Thursday, his first stop on a daylong bus tour through central Pennsylvania, a region critical to the president’s 2020 prospects. The event, adjacent to the home of Republican donor Ron Kreider on picturesque farmland in Lancaster County, was held outdoors under tents to accommodate the 150 attendees, as required by local regulations implemented to mitigate health risks posed by the coronavirus.
The $1 million raised by Pence was a significant haul for a sitting vice president.
Biden and Trump are neck and neck in Pennsylvania, a state that was key to Trump’s 2016 win.
The fact that Pence is pulling off massive fundraising hauls is an indicator that enthusiasm for Trump in the state hasn’t disappeared. Biden should be very worried.