President Donald Trump went on the attack against Joe Biden at his first campaign rally after their presidential debate, calling his rival a 'liar' and 'corrupt politician.'
He started off hitting his Democratic rival on his oil policy.
'This is probably the most shocking division ever made,' Trump said.
'Could be one of the worst mistakes' in presidential political history, he argued.
Biden's pledge to 'transition away from the oil industry' shook up that energy sector, leaving the Democratic nominee to try and clarify his stance, saying he would transit it out 'over time.'
The president argued it would hurt Biden in some of the Midwest states both candidates are courting.
'Texas are you watching. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Ohio are you watching,' he said.
Pennsylvania and Ohio are critical states for winning the White House. Democrats are also making a play for Texas, which has been trending blue.
President Trump at his rally in The Villages, Florida
Marine One circled the crowd before landing
Florida is considered a must-win for Trump if he wants a second term
Trump relieved some of his debate moments, recalling how brought about Biden's answer on oil and how he attacked Biden on immigration.
He also showed a video - a rare occurrence at a Trump rally - that showed Biden and Bernie Sanders arguing about social security at a Democratic primary debate, a huge issue in Florida.
The ad was a Sanders campaign ad during the Democratic primary.
Trump went after Biden hard - a change in tone from how he showed restraint at Thursday night's presidential debate.
'He's a corrupt politician,' he said of Biden. 'He's a liar. He'll look at you and lie.'
He argued Biden has changed his stance on fracking and oil.
'This guy is either really stupid or lies,' he said.
He also criticized what he called Biden's 'dark, dismal, gloomy' vision for the future, adding 'we're about the American dream.'
He played to the crowd, praising the the location and joked how he liked to watch them drive around on their golf carts.
And he even joked: 'I've got an idea, I will sell Mar-a-Lago and I'll move to The Villages,' which led to cheers.
He told the crowd of several hundred, many of whom were not wearing face masks nor social distancing, that the U.S. is 'rounding the corner.' Coronavirus