This week's Republican National Convention will give people a reason to support President Donald Trump for another four years in office, even if they didn't vote for him in 2016, Trump campaign senior advisor Jason Miller said Monday before the convention opened.
"You'll see why we have so many people and it's going to completely change the perception of who is a Trump supporter, what it means to be a Trump supporter," Miller told Fox Business' Maria Bartiromo. "There's a lot of excitement."
The Trump agenda is one of the "most aggressive, proactive" ones "in history," Miller claimed, with the top priority being jobs.
"We'll talk about 10 million new jobs in 10 months, we're going to use tax credits, additional deregulation, tax cuts, things to create jobs that are here, talk about a million new small businesses, obviously eradicating COVID-19," said Miller. "I think Joe Biden wants to manage COVID-19. President Trump wants to eradicate it."
The agenda is also about getting tough on China and stopping U.S. reliance on the country, said Miller.
"This means bringing back a million manufacturing jobs from China, holding them accountable for what they did with the China virus," said Miller.
Miller also claimed that the Trump campaign is in better shape than it was four years ago when Trump was running against then-Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton. He added that in polls, when likely voters are counted, Republicans pick up votes in the south, while Democrats "run up the score" in blue states like New York and California.
"When you look at the battleground states that we need to get to 270 (electoral votes) versus just overall nationally, we close the gap further, said Miller. "So between closing it from registered to likelies and also when you look at battlegrounds to a national ballot, that can close it by as much as 8 or 9 points on its own. Internal polling shows us leading or within the margin of error for every state."
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