President Trump is in rural Pennsylvania in an attempt to galvanize his supporters and bolster his standing in a battleground state crucial to his reelection bid.

Trump is holding his fifth “Make America Great Again” rally of 2019 in the small town of Montoursville in central Pennsylvania Monday night, and arrived shortly after 7 p.m. Before Mr. Trump’s poll-defying victory in 2016, the last Republican to carry the state was President George. H. W. Bush in 1988.

Trump rambled about his normal complaints, saying the lights were too bright, and that he preferred the sun.

He also made the comment that he would like to serve more than two terms as president.

Trump said, “Maybe if we really like it a lot, and if things keep going like they’re going we’ll go and we’ll do what we have to do. We’ll do a three and a four and a five.”

Twitter had some thoughts:



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