Trump To Globalists: "I Understand Where You're Coming From, But It Didn't Work Out Too Well With Me"

President Trump on Wednesday addressed the Economic Clubs of New York, Washington Chicago, Sheboygan, and Pittsburgh in a remote event, warning that a Biden presidency would be “the most extreme” in the history of the U.S.

“We must allow lower-risk Americans to resume normal activity,” he said, slamming “unscientific lockdowns pushed by left-wing politicians.””

“If I don’t get elected in a little while, 20 days, China will own the United States,” he warned.

“The last administration sold out American workers to donors, special interests, and globalists. We probably have plenty of them watching now. I understand where you’re coming from, but it didn’t work out too well with me,” he said.

“I know I’m speaking to some Democrats and some of you are friends of mine. You will see things happen that will not make you happy. I don’t understand your thinking. I don’t understand how you can be backing such policies. But you’re wrong,” he said.