Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Worldwide | By Victor Meyer

Trump says Democrats would ruin Florida, his second home

Trump says Democrats would ruin Florida, his second home

The Republican president and his Democratic predecessor are both lending their considerable political clout to key Senate and gubernatorial battlegrounds in Indiana, Florida and Georgia this weekend, aiming to motivate voters before Tuesday's election. "You will destroy the state that I love". Kissimmee is home to many transplants from Puerto Rico.

Evidence of this love and respect towards Obama gave was clearly visible during his address in support of senator Bill Nelson and gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum. "It's not for him".

The president added, if Floridians want to continue to see more tax cuts and job growth they must vote Republican on Tuesday. Jon Tester over his role in sinking former White House physician Ronny Jackson's nomination to become the secretary of veterans affairs. "He's talking about how I should be nice to the fake news", Trump said.

"Now, I'm not calling Mr. DeSantis a racist", Gillum said during a debate. "It's a disgrace, what he did to that man".

Trump aimed to drum up voter turnout with events today in Belgrade, Montana, and Pensacola, Florida, about 200 miles west of Florida's capital, Tallahassee, where two people were shot to death and five others wounded at a yoga studio on Friday night.

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Republicans are favoured to retain control of the Senate, whose powers include confirming Trump's nominations to lifetime seats on the Supreme Court.

Trump, however, doesn't mention that the allegations weren't the only factor that contributed Jackson withdrawing from consideration. "Go to their rally". Claire McCaskill wants voters to know she's "100 percent" supportive of Trump's efforts to crack down on a migrant caravan making its way to the US from Central America, ostensibly to apply for asylum.

In West Virginia, meanwhile, Trump acknowledged that a message focused on the economy - which congressional Republicans urged him for months to put at the forefront of the GOP's campaign efforts - is sometimes "not as exciting to talk about. because we have a lot of other things to talk about". On Thursday, Trump announced plans to limit who can seek asylum at the border.

In a rousing speech to a Miami crowd as he campaigned for fellow Democrats ahead of next week's midterm elections, Obama said the Republican administration was 'even taking our courageous troops away from their families for a political stunt at the border'. Trump also called up Rep. Greg Gianforte to speak from the podium but did not repeat his praise of the congressman, who was convicted of body slamming a journalist just before winning a 2017 special election.

One estimate shows that least 20 million people have voted in the election, with some states' early voting numbers on track to exceed the 2014 election, CNN reported. When his question was met with an immediate roar, the President seemed genuinely taken aback.

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