President Trump rally in New Hampshire before qualifying February 11 at 15:04

President Trump rallies on the ground before the primary election in eastern New Hampshire, the second round of candidates for the US presidential election. He emphasized confrontation with opposition and Democratic parties and appealed for unity.

President Trump rallied on Wednesday before the primary election in New Hampshire, the second round in selecting candidates for the Republican and Democratic presidential elections.

Trump said in a Democratic party rally in Iowa on Thursday that he had a counting trouble, accusing him of saying, "Democrats have no ability to confirm the outcome." We are trying to find the weakest candidate, but all are weak. "

He emphasized the confrontation with the Democratic Party, saying, "The Democratic Party is a party that causes high taxes and high crimes. The Republican Party is a party of American workers and families and the American Dream."

President Trump last beat the Democrat candidate Clinton in New Hampshire in the 2016 presidential election in a narrow margin. We will have a great victory in New Hampshire, "he said, calling for unity and cooperation among supporters for his re-election.