Trump campaigs in Pennsylvania congressional race

He also dwelled at length on his victory in the electoral college. “Will be going to Pennsylvania today in order to give my total support to RICK SACCONE, running for Congress in a Special Election (March 13)”, he said on Twitter at the time. But if she runs, he warned a bit ominously, “I know her weakness”. In the late 1980s, Trump infamously took out a full-page ad in the New York Times calling for five teens convicted of a violent assault in Central Park to be executed.

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Saturday morning, the Russian Federation investigation once again surfaced for President Trump.

“He said ‘We have a zero tolerance policy”.

“Wouldn’t we love to run against Oprah”, he told a cheering crowd.

Get out on Tuesday and vote for Rick Saccone.

But in classic Trump fashion, he quickly steered away from his main reason for being there.

His comments come days after the White House confirmed Trump will meet face-to-face with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Trump boasted of his appeal to female voters, falsely claiming that he had received 52 percent of women’s votes in 2016.

To the crowd of about 2,000 people packed into a chilly hangar at the Pittsburgh International Airport, Trump panned “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd as a “sleeping son of a bitch”.

Trump is not a fan of the congressional hopeful and privately disparaged Saccone as a awful candidate, calling him “weak”, according to a report last night by Axios. He can say, ‘I love President Trump.’.

“Your steel is coming back”. He later said the countries of the European Union had banded together “to screw the US on trade”, and repeated a recent threat to slap tariffs on German luxury cars.

Tuesday’s special election, being held in a ruby red House district of western Pennsylvania that Trump won by double-digits in 2016, is looking like a toss-up – a fact that should concern Republicans. And Trump “often jokes about killing drug dealers”, a senior administration told Axios last month. A number of people walked past, not seeming to notice or recognise him. But regardless of the outcome, in this district that Republicans have held a stranglehold on for almost two decades, the fact that this race is so close is in large part because of the unpopularity of one person: Donald J. Trump.

Lamb, a 33-year-old Marine veteran and former federal prosecutor, thanked labor unions for their support and said it has helped overcome the “dark money” and negative campaign tactics helping Saccone.

“We need our congressman, Saccone”. “Don’t forget, this got us elected”, Trump said of his casual, seat-of-the-pants speaking style. He raged against Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto for refusing to pay for a border wall: “I said: ‘Are you crazy?'”.

“Go out on Tuesday and just vote like insane”.

One approach might be to make trafficking large quantities of fentanyl a capital crime because even a small amount of the drug can kill, the Post reported. “This is an extraordinary man”.

“We probably should not be following China’s lead when it comes to criminal justice”, Johnson said on CNN Sunday. “For people, for gangs, for drugs”.

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‘Then you wonder why we have a problem, and that’s why we have a problem. To cheers and laughter, Trump hurled some old and new slurs toward his opponents as he complained about his media coverage and perceived Democratic obstruction.

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