Speaking at rally in Michigan on Thursday night, President Trump referred to his Democratic opponent Joe Biden as "the worst presidential candidate in the history of presidential politics."
"Look, you know, this doesn't sound nice — I'll say it and they'll criticize me for it, you watch," said Trump. "I have the distinct pleasure of running against the worst presidential candidate in the history of presidential politics. I really believe it. Can you image if I lost to him? I'd have to say I lost to the worst candidate ever put up. Don't do that to me, Michigan! Don't do that."
The crowd responded by chanting, "Four more years!"
Speaking to the audience of more than 5,000 in a hangar at the MBS International Airport north of Detroit, the president focused on Biden's shortcomings numerous times during his 90-minute speech, taking focused aim at the former vice president's record on jobs and U.S. manufacturing.