Trump says Democrats want to ‘turn back the clock’ and ‘throw America in reverse’

Donald Trump flipped the script on Democrats as he headed into the stretch of mid-term campaigning, claiming that it’s liberals who want to ‘turn back the clock’ and ‘throw America in reverse’ in this election.

Trump implored Americans of every background to ‘reject the Democrat politics of anger and division and to unite behind our proud and righteous destiny as Americans’ at his fourth rally of the weekend.  

The president was campaigning on Sunday night in Tennessee along GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn, who is seeking to replace retiring Republican Bob Corker in the U.S. Senate.

President Donald Trump (pictured at the rally in Tennessee) claimed that it’s liberals who want to ‘turn back the clock’ and ‘throw America in reverse’ in this election

Trump was campaigning in Tennessee along GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn (pictured together)

Trump was campaigning in Tennessee along GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn (pictured together)

Trump was campaigning in Tennessee along GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn (pictured together)

She told a cheering crowd midway through the event: ‘And if you want to vote no on Hillary Clinton and her cronies one more time, stand with me and let’s win this election!’ 

Trump beat Clinton in the 2016 presidential election. But he warned voters that his hard work could easily be unraveled if Democrats win control of the House and Senate.

‘The Democrats want to turn back the clock, throw America in reverse and return power to a corrupt, selfish ruling class that only looks out for themselves. You see it happening, but we stop it,’ he said. ‘Our opponents are stuck in the past, while we are rebuilding and going into America’s great future.’

Blackburn is squaring off against Democrat Phil Bredesen on Tuesday.

Trump and Vice President Mike Pence at the campaign rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Sunday

Trump and Vice President Mike Pence at the campaign rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Sunday

Trump and Vice President Mike Pence at the campaign rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Sunday

Trump warned voters that his hard work could easily be unraveled if Democrats win control of the House and Senate

Trump warned voters that his hard work could easily be unraveled if Democrats win control of the House and Senate

Trump warned voters that his hard work could easily be unraveled if Democrats win control of the House and Senate

Trump told her likely voters, ‘I need you to vote for a Republican House and a Republican Senate so we can continue this incredible movement, the greatest political movement in the history of our great country.’ 

Listing off all his perceived accomplishments, Trump told them: ‘We will keep the criminals, drug dealers and terrorists the hell out of our country.’

Trump said, ‘I am asking every citizen, from every party, every background and every race color and creed to reject the Democrat politics of anger and division and to unite behind our proud and righteous destiny as Americans.’ 

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