Donald Trump defends anti-immigrant video that blames Democrats

Roman Schwartz
November 4, 2018

Former President Barack Obama was in his words "shellacked" in 2010 and went on to win re-election in 2012. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind. "If you vote for them, that's your fault, not mine".

Trump was joined on stage by former Indiana University basketball coach Bobby Knight, who led the crowd in a cheer "Go get'em, Donald".

But even if Republicans are swept out of power in the House, Trump seemed unconcerned about the implications, telling a crowd gathered at an airport hangar here: "I'll just figure it out". He has said he will support or oppose Trump based on his specific ideas and how they affect Tennessee.

Her opponent, Kevin Crammer, also has the backing of the president.

The run-up to the election, widely seen as a referendum on Mr. Trump's divisive persona and hard-line policy agenda, has revealed deep strains in the president's political coalition and left him confined to campaign in a narrow band of conservative communities.

The president bounced from topic to topic, but a large portion of his speech involved illegal immigration at the southern border.

Trump has tried to stoke up support for the Republicans by taking a hardline stance against a caravan of several thousand migrants heading toward the U.S. border with Mexico. "And you know what you do?"

"The whole nation is watching", he said at a GOP rally on Friday in Reno with Heller, Laxalt and Donald Trump Jr. Add Midterm Elections as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Midterm Elections news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

"Do we let them in?" "That's going to be stopping".

For the 435 seats in the House of Representatives, renewed for two years, the race focuses on sixty constituencies, the others being fairly solidly anchored in one party or the other.

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As a black woman, Winfrey noted her kinship to two groups historically denied ballot access in the United States. Friday night, former president Barack Obama will speak at a rally at Morehouse College supporting Abrams.

Newsweek reported that it had obtained documents which showed intelligence officials did not anticipate high involvement of criminal gangs among the migrants, and that the administration expects only a minority of those in the caravan would actually reach the border.

He also said almost 100 percent of the heroin in this country comes from over the border, which is true. This was one of only two times the president mentioned opiates in the state with one of the highest drug overdose rates.

"Nothing Hoosiers heard tonight distracted them from Rep. Braun's repeated lies about his support for dismantling health care coverage for the 1.1 million Hoosiers with pre-existing conditions or how he'll help Mitch McConnell gut their Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid".

"Clearly there's an bad lot on the line in terms of the legislative agenda", said Republican consultant Josh Holmes.

"Nobody's smoother than Joe", Trump said. Many of Trump's most ardent supporters, though, cited his endorsement of Morrisey as a big factor in their decisions, saying they may have liked Manchin in the past but could no longer count on him.

A leading Republican super PAC has retreated from the airwaves in West Virginia, after spending millions in recent months.

He didn't name any of the Democrats who are thought to be considering challenging Trump in two years, but at past rallies the president has singled out such Democrats as Sen. While Donnelly has sought to highlight his cooperation with Trump on issues such as immigration, he voted against last year's tax cuts and this year voted against Trump's choice of Brett Kavanaugh to fill a vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court.

"That does not mean winning the House is a lock, by any means", he said.

This year, the pensioner is in favor and is the most wanted figure of the Democratic Party, in the absence of a natural leader. "It's nice and simple".

Forty percent of Nevada's active voters already have cast their ballots ahead of Tuesday's general election.

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