Donald Trump Jr. speaks at GOP dinner

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Donald Trump Jr. was the guest speaker at the Pennsylvania GOP Fall Dinner at Hershey Lodge Friday. His main point was to get as many voters out for the midterms as possible, to get Republicans elected.

“It’s not just about the guys in DC,” said Trump Jr. “We need people in these states. That’s part of the Republican platform.”

The President’s son made it clear: he wants Scott Wagner and Lou Barletta elected.

“They are going to govern with my father, like my father, for all of you,” said Trump Jr. 

Trump Jr. went to school the Hill School in Pottstown and graduating from UPenn.

“I got into hunting, fishing,” said Trump Jr. 

The businessman stood confident, taking shots at democrats and boasting the President’s work.

“Name one economic metric where we are not better off, substantially today than we were two years ago,” said Trump Jr. “Name one. It literally does not exist.”

Trump Jr.’s girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, who is a former attorney and TV personality, is campaigning around the country with him.

“As a proud Hispanic woman…I am really proud that this President has created a big tent to include everyone,” said Guilfoyle, 

The audience supported Trump Junior’s message.

“Tell your father how happy we are, please,” said Val DiGiorgio, the chairman for the Pennsylvania Republican Party. “Pennsylvania will continue to be Trump country. We’ll deliver for him in 2020.” 

The Pennsylvania GOP’s General Meeting begins Saturday at 10am. 

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