Donald Trump Jr. speaks out against socialism during bus tour stop in Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. — Just a day away from President Donald Trump returning to Central Florida, another member of his campaign stopped in Orlando on Sunday to rally for the president’s reelection.

Trump supporters gathered at the Mech Tech Institute Sunday afternoon to hear the president’s son, Donald Trump Jr., speak out against socialism.

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Channel 9 reporter Ashley Edlund spoke one-on-one with Trump Jr. about what he thinks is at stake in this election.

The stop was part of the “Fighters Against Socialism” bus tour, which is traveling across Florida.

The tour is aiming at getting President Trump the Hispanic votes he needs to win the state.

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A recent Reuters poll indicates the president is behind Joe Biden in Florida by 4 percentage points.

“It just means we have to work harder,” Trump Jr. said. “We have to work more. I don’t necessarily believe all the polls we’ve seen. How they’ve been done before. We saw how it was done in [2016].”

President Trump recently contracted COVID-19 and has been quarantined.

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When asked about the president’s latest test results, Trump Jr. said “The White House, his doctor is the White House doctor. So, he’s obviously cleared. He’s been fine. He’s a fighter. He’s going to fight for the American people.”