President Donald Trump attacked Joe Biden at his first election rally after the presidential debate, calling his rival a "liar" and a "corrupt politician".
He started beating his democratic rival in his oil policy.
"This is probably the most shocking division ever made," Trump said.
"Could be one of the worst mistakes" in the president's political history, he argued.
Biden's promise to turn away from the oil industry rocked that energy sector, leaving the Democratic candidate behind to try to clear his stance, saying he would pass it "over time".
The president argued it would hurt Biden in some of the Midwestern states courting both candidates.
“You look at Texas. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, Ohio, watch it, ”he said.
Pennsylvania and Ohio are critical states to winning the White House. Democrats are also playing for Texas, which is trending blue.
President Trump at his rally in The Villages, Florida
Marine One circled the crowd before landing
Florida is considered a must-see for Trump if he wants a second term
Trump eased some of his debating moments, remembering how Biden's response to oil came about and how he attacked Biden on immigration.
It also showed a video – a rare occurrence at a Trump rally – of Biden and Bernie Sanders discussing social security in a primary Democratic debate, a big issue in Florida.
The ad was a Sanders campaign ad during the Democratic primary.
Trump followed Biden hard – a change in tone when he showed reluctance during the presidential debate Thursday night.
"He's a corrupt politician," he said of Biden. & # 39; He's a liar. He will look at you and lie. & # 39;
He argued that Biden had changed his stance on fracking and oil.
"This guy is either really stupid or he's lying," he said.
He also criticized what he called Biden's "dark, gloomy, somber" vision for the future, adding, "We are about the American dream."
He played in front of the crowd, praising the location, and joking how much he loved seeing them drive around on their golf carts.
And he even joked: "I have an idea, I'll 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 wore no face masks or social distancing, that the US was "around the corner". Coronavirus cases are increasing in Florida.
"Normal life is all we want to resume," he said of the shutdowns that came with the COVID pandemic.
"We're going to turn the corner beautifully," he said.
And he criticized Biden: “He only talks about Covid, Covid, Covid. Because they want to scare people. & # 39;
The president also reminded supporters to cast their vote on what he plans to do in Palm Beach on Saturday.
Pointing to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a close ally, he joked, "If we don't win, I'll never speak to him again."
"I'll vote in Florida tomorrow morning," Trump reminded the state, which began its early personal vote this week.
Trump attacked Biden during most of his campaign rally
President Trump is holding two rallies in Florida on Friday
Supporters of President Donald Trump cheer as he arrives for a rally at The Villages Polo Club
A Trump supporter dances in the crowd
Marine One approaches the Villages Polo Club for landing
Florida, which is a must for Trump if he wants a second term, posted a new record of early votes on Monday, the first day the option became available. More than 3.1 million votes were cast, with a Democratic majority of 1.2 million. Republicans cast 1 million ballots and the rest were other parties or had no affiliation.
“I guess I'm old-fashioned. I like standing in line, ”said the President. In Florida elementary school, he voted by mail.
"We'll catch up later," he said of reports ahead of Democrats in the early vote.
He asked the crowd of a few hundred how many of them had already voted. About half raised their hands and cheered. Then he asked them how many of them had voted for "President Trump" and the cheers grew louder.
The president made a dramatic entrance to the rally site, a polo field in the middle of the state. Marine One circled overhead as the crowd cheered and snapped photos on their phones. It landed on the side of the rally site so Trump could go to his signature song "Proud to Be An American".
Most of Trump's remarks have centered on the attack on Biden, including repeating his attacks on Biden on Hunter because of his business connections in Ukraine and China.
"Where's Hunter?" He asked, cheering with his popular campaign line.
He also joked about Hunter being seen again, adding, "Hunter, you have put on weight."
President Trump also reverted to one of his 2016 arguments that helped him win the White House – his underdog status when it came to Washington D.C. went.
"I'm not a politician," he said to great cheer.
Trump kicks off his final campaign before November 3 with two rallies in Florida on Friday and three rallies in three states: North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin. He'll be camping in New Hampshire on Sunday and in Pennsylvania on Monday.