REPORT: Trump to target Clinton states to expand 2016 map

WASHINGTONEXAMINER.COM:

The Trump campaign believes it can flip several states in 2020, including Minnesota, New Hampshire, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico, according to senior Trump campaign officials who spoke with the Washington Examiner.

The five states went to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, but the campaign says it is confident it can turn them for Trump in 2020.

The article goes on to state the following:

“There are some states that we were very close in in 2016, Minnesota being one of them, New Hampshire being another … so I think that, you know, it’s pretty obvious to see what the states are that we fully plan to be competitive in, based on what was close,” Trump campaign Deputy Communications Director Erin Perrine told the Washington Examiner Thursday.

Clinton won 46.9% of the vote in Minnesota while Trump won 45.3%. In New Hampshire, Clinton won 47.6% of the vote and Trump won 47.2%, a difference of less than half a percentage point.

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