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Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-Dennis), left, with President Donald Trump

Statements on Donald Trump rally in Wildwood

Comments from Gov. Murphy and Dem leaders

By David Wildstein, January 28 2020 6:24 pm

Governor Phil Murphy

“President Trump has spent the past three years breaking promises and taking our country backwards by embracing hate and division.  His failed record stands in stark contrast to what we’ve been able to accomplish here in New Jersey, and his presence is a reminder of how important it is that we continue working to make our economy deliver for the middle class, not just the wealthy and well-connected. That’s what we’re fighting for as Democrats, and that’s why we will defeat President Trump and Rep. Van Drew in November.”

Democratic State Chairman John Currie

“Congressman Jeff Van Drew has betrayed his constituents and failed to uphold his duty to the constitution by choosing not to hold President Trump accountable for his corruption.  It is a disgrace that Congressman Van Drew would choose to stand with Trump here in New Jersey, where we pride ourselves on diversity and inclusivity. There is no place for President Trump’s hateful rhetoric in New Jersey and we will work tirelessly to defeat Trump enablers like Jeff Van Drew this November.”

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee spokesperson Christine Bennett

“Whether it’s raising taxes on hardworking families or blocking progress on the Gateway Tunnel, Donald Trump is bad for New Jersey, and any Republican who embraces him tonight owns his foolishness and damaging policies.”

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