Published: Mon, March 12, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Trump morphs campaign slogan for 2020 run: 'Keep America Great!'

Trump morphs campaign slogan for 2020 run: 'Keep America Great!'

At the campaign rally, Trump also offered a preview of his own 2020 re-election race, telling the crowd he's decided on a replacement for his "Make America Great Again" slogan. A Republican loss would be embarrassing for the president and another sign of a weakened party heading into the midterm elections that will decide control of Congress.

Flake, who has hinted he might challenge Trump in 2020, said: "We had a record number of journalists being jailed overseas, some on false news charges, echoing the phrases that he uses". Lamb and Saccone are locked in a tight race that has prompted Republicans to fear they'll lose a seat in a district that went heavily for Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

Trump said the United States has been running huge trade deficits, and that a lot of things have to be set straight. "As soon as he gets in, he's not going to vote for us. I know her weakness", said Trump. "I might like him". A victory in such a Republican-leaning district would boost their hopes and renew GOP concerns of a bad November.

Though Trump touted the steel tariff as a win for workers in the district, the steelworkers' union and other labor groups are backing Lamb, a Marine veteran and former federal prosecutor. Attack ads from Saccone and allies have portrayed Lamb as a Trojan horse for House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, who is deeply unpopular in the district, while Lamb has attacked Saccone for voting for looser gun laws and against funding for opioid addiction treatment. Trump also attacked the new map, calling it "very unfair".

Trump, referring to those dynamics, noted talk of Lamb as a handsome candidate.

Trump said he doesn't "blame" Canada.

Bannon: 'Let them call you racists'
The 89-year-old was expelled from the party in 2015 for repeatedly downplaying the Holocaust, however a court overruled his expulsion. "Let them call you nativists", The Post reported.

US President Donald Trump held a rally in Pennsylvania to bolster support for state Representative Rick Saccone who will contest in Tuesday's special congressional election to secure a House seat, the media reported. The president repeatedly reminisced about his election, when Pennsylvania helped put him over the top after decades of landing in the Democrats' column.

When Mr. Trump said that he may meet with Mr. Kim, some in the crowd began to boo. That appears to be a nod to the president's decision to impose tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum. More than 80,000 people in the district are in union households, with almost 18,000 of them affiliated with the steelworkers' union.

"Some countries have a very, very tough penalty - the ultimate penalty - and by the way, they have much less of a drug problem than we do", he said at the time. "He's going to vote the party line". He also touted five points of his experience - education, diplomacy, the military, worldwide business and government - that he said will help Trump advance his agenda in Washington. Most Republicans on Capitol Hill oppose the Trump tariffs. Trump namechecked two California congresswomen, raising the warning of a Democrat-controlled House. It became vacant after eight-term Congressman Tim Murphy resigned amid scandal.

Trump is taking a risk aligning so closely with Trump, given the possibility of Lamb pulling an upset.

"I hear he's nice looking", he said. The PAC has two field offices in western Pennsylvania and 50 people on the ground, knocking on doors on behalf of Saccone, an enormous investment for a single House race.

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