Reopening America

Logic and Steps to Opening America

  • President Trump and the White House Coronavirus Task Force are leading an unprecedented, comprehensive, and aggressive whole of America approach to slow the spread of the virus. This decisive response started in January.
  • President Trump and the White House Coronavirus Task Force released guidelines for opening America safely.
    • “Opening Up America Again” is a three-phased approach that is based on the advice of public health experts and empowers our local and state officials.
    • Individual states have the ability to reopen in phases and governors can tailor the roadmap to fit their needs. 20 states have announced they are making preparations to reopen.
    • Under this plan, Americans can safely return to work as conditions allow.
    • The President’s plan continues to prioritize the health and safety of the American people, especially our seniors and most vulnerable.
    • There has been critical progress made in flattening the curve thanks to the commitment of the American people.
  • President Trump announced the U.S. is putting a 60 day pause on immigration to ensure our workers are protected.
    • According to a recent USA Today/Ipsos poll, 80% of Americans favor an immigration pause.
    • Democrats and many in the liberal media have previously argued against mass migration. While he was a Senator, Barack Obama said mass migration “threatens to depress further the wages of blue-collar Americans and put strains on an already overburdened safety net.” “Immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants. That’s just supply and demand,” noted Paul Krugman.
  • As we continue to slow the spread of the coronavirus, President Trump and the White House Coronavirus Task Force continue to expand testing and get supplies to areas in need.
  • President Trump is committed to ensuring our small businesses across the country have the support they need. Yesterday, the Senate passed new funding for the PPP which has saved $30 million jobs.
    • The new package includes:
       An additional $310 billion for PPP.
       $75 billion to support hospitals.
       $25 billion for expanding testing efforts.
       $60 billion for the SBA’s economic injury disaster loans.
    • The Democrats delay was inexcusable and likely cost millions of American jobs.
    • It’s time the House pass this package.
  • Polls continue to show Americans are approving of the President’s response efforts:
    • A Fox News poll showed President Trump’s approval at an all-time high – 49%.
    • A Harvard-HarrisX national poll shows 50% of respondents approve of the President’s coronavirus response.
  • Americans know President Trump is fighting for them during these challenging times.

Digital Campaigning

  • While the nation manages the coronavirus outbreak, the Trump campaign and RNC are turning to their unprecedented virtual and digital campaign tools to ensure there is safe campaigning.
  • The campaign and the RNC are virtually engaging volunteers. This is the first-time voter contact has been done purely remotely.
  • Efforts include:
    • Holding virtual events with top surrogates.
       The Trump campaign is offering online events 7 days per week.
       All Team Trump online broadcasts have achieved over 1 million unique viewers.
    • Utilizing online platforms to train thousands of members of the Trump Neighborhood Team.
       Since the virtual campaigning began on March 13, the RNC/Trump campaign have signed up 276,000 new volunteers.
    • Activating the massive volunteer network to make calls to rally support for President Trump in states voting soon.
  • Prior to the coronavirus outbreak we were well positioned for success in November.
    • We’ve already trained and activated over 1 million volunteers.
    • We have made 20 million voter contacts.
    • We’ve registered 80,000 voters – nearly double the 2016 cycle.
    • The RNC, Trump Campaign, and authorized joint fundraising committees continue to have unprecedented fundraising success. The fundraising entities raised $212 million in the first quarter of 2020.
       The RNC and Trump committees raised more than $63 million in March alone.
       The cycle to date haul Is $677 million, $270 million more than the Obama re-elect.
       The RNC and Trump campaign committees have over $240 million cash on hand.
  • This effort is unmatched by the DNC and the Biden campaign.
  • Even in these unprecedented times, Trump Victory is not missing a beat. We are full steam ahead to November to help re-elect President Trump and Republicans up and down the ballot.
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