US President Donald Trump officially launched his reelection campaign with a rally at Orlando's Amway Center on Tuesday.

Speaking in front of a packed arena with his supporters, Trump said he will continue to "drain the swamp" in Washington DC.

"[That is why] the swamp is fighting back so viciously and violently. For the last two and a half years we have been under siege. And with the Mueller report we won and now they want a do-over. They want a do-over. "Let's do it again. Didn't work out too well. Let's do it again." They want a do-over. No president should ever have to go through this again. It is so bad," said Trump.

The US leader also took a hit at Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, saying "he seems not to be doing well lately."

"More than 120 Democrats in Congress have also signed up to support Crazy Bernie Sanders' socialist government takeover of health care. He seems not to be doing too well lately. They want to end Medicare as we know it and terminate the private health insurance of 180 million Americans who love their health insurance," said Trump. "America will never be a socialist country. Ever."

The 2020 United States presidential elections are scheduled to take place on November 3.

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