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Brad Parscale and Lara Trump were in Arizona this week to drum up support for the soon-to-be impeached president. They were in Phoenix last night, after a morning rally in my home town of Tucson .(I didn't go to see them).
Here's some telling comments from their visit in Phoenix :
In Arizona, Parscale downplayed the impeachment proceedings as a politically motivated sideshow while working to motivate the 100 or so local Republicans who gathered for a get-out-the-vote field effort, dubbed the Trump Victory Leadership Initiative training.
During a closed-door training, the room full of volunteers learned how to speak to voters in their precincts about Trump's accomplishments, from construction on his signature border wall to job growth and his conservative judicial nominees.
Ahead of the training, Parscale warned a Republican loss could result in Democrats taking away their guns and foisting "big government socialized medicine" on them
Democrats see Trump’s potential weakness in the state as an opening to give them their best shot at not just capturing the state since Bill Clinton’s win in 1996, but also seizing the Senate seat now held by Republican Sen. Martha McSally.
Republicans gathered for the training Thursday said the impeachment efforts have only galvanized their support for the president.
Lynn Perry, a reverend from Scottsdale, called the proceedings "ridiculous." "I know that our God has put Trump in office," Perry, 72, said. "In fact, it's going to backfire."
Trump’s campaign and the RNC have spent more than $10 million for a campaign to respond to the impeachment effort. Dubbed “Stop the Madness," the campaign is intended to target House Democrats who side with the impeachment efforts.