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Pres. Trump To Hold Campaign-Style Rally In Nashville, Tennessee

Pres. Trump To Hold Campaign-Style Rally In Nashville, Tennessee

Trump's visit will also set off a scramble for Tennessee's Republican candidates for governor to get face time and presidential shoutouts.

It was a new moniker for the House minority leader, and Trump doubled down on controversial comments he'd made earlier this month about the drug gang.

"If Bredesen were ever to get elected, he'd do whatever Chuck and Nancy [say]", Trump said.

"So, Philbert was recruited by Schumer to run for the Senate", Trump added.

"They're not human beings", he said, before leading the crowd in an "animals!" chant.

Trump travelled to Nashville, Tennessee, as he steps up his efforts to stop Democrats aiming to regain control of the House or Senate - if not both. Bob CorkerRobert (Bob) Phillips CorkerGOP-Trump trade fight boils over with threat to cars Freed American "overwhelmed with gratitude" after being released from Venezuela Former US prisoner Josh Holt returns from Venezuela MORE (R-Tenn.). Tennessee is considered a solidly Republican state, but it could provide an opportunity for Democrats to pick up a seat come November.

During another particularly raucous moment of the rally, the audience booed Sen.

Corker will greet President Trump at the airport when he arrives in Nashville, a spokeswoman for Corker confirmed.

The full-throated endorsement of Blackburn was important for her, as she struggled early on to unify some of the state GOP behind her in her quest to succeed retiring Sen. He has recently hit the road to rail against endangered Senate Democrats, including Indiana's Joe Donnelly and West Virginia's Joe Manchin.

"Democrats have opposed every common sense measure necessary to stop this horrendous scourge of crime, to dismantle MS-13, and to stop illegal immigration", Trump added. "They don't want the wall, they want open borders, they're more interested in taking care of criminals than they are of taking care of you - Bredesen donated a lot of money to the campaigns of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton". They're going to enjoy it.

U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe discussed North Korea by phone on Monday and confirmed they would meet before an expected U.S.

Tuesday night in Nashville was one to remember. "Sincerely, Mexico (all of us)", Pena Nieto wrote in English.

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