Published: Mon, November 05, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

Pres. Trump: Republican Party Will Do Well In Upcoming Elections

Pres. Trump: Republican Party Will Do Well In Upcoming Elections

In fact, a Trump campaign statement earlier in the day noted that the president "will be pleased" to have Greenwood perform in person.

He told supporters to "look at what is marching up - that's an invasion". "That was a surprise".

Mr. Trump's aides say the president will be campaigning right to the end, planning a series of get-out-the-vote interviews with local media at the White House Tuesday before settling in to watch the returns.

The vote comes at a crucial point in the President's term in office and will give voters a chance to have their say on how well Mr Trump is doing.

Trump has a second rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee, later Sunday. Thirty-five seats are in play in Tuesday's election. But Trump appears to have put his finger on a very contentious spot in the American mind-space: people are anxious that the liberalism of the Democrats may work completely against the interests of those already living in the country.

"No, I don't view this as for myself", Trump said, before making the case that his campaigning has "made a big difference" in a handful of Senate races across the country.

"Donnelly is trying to steal the election?"

That would allow them to keep the ability to approve "U.S". "And [voters are] going to say Republicans have offered a record of results and Democrats are offering resistance and going back".

For while most of these elections are local contests - one figure with a regional reputation against another, some of whom are incumbents - there is a vital overlay to Tuesday's voting that can not be ignored: the fate, historically, legally, morally and politically, of Mr. Trump.

Trump told a rally crowd in Macon, Georgia that "there's electricity in the air like I haven't seen since '16".

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Mr Trump has punched back, accusing Mr Obama of leaving behind a trail of broken promises on trade, the economic recovery and a promise during his presidency that patients could keep their doctors under his health care law.

Trump was joined by former University of Georgia football coach Vincent Dooley, who thanked the president for keeping his promises.

Donald Trump and Barack Obama have given rousing speeches as the USA enters the last day of campaigning before Americans cast their votes in the midterm elections on Tuesday.

Trump is also telling reporters that Republican enthusiasm is off the charts and that the "level of fervor" is very high. Trump declared in his typical style: "If she gets in, Georgia goes backwards".

A new Washington Post-ABC News poll on Sunday suggested that while Democrats retain an edge in their battle for the House, Republicans could profit from increasingly positive assessments of the economy and by Trump's harsh focus on border security. He said Democrats encouraged chaos at the borders because it was good politics.

He says, "We should vote people in and out, not shout them in and out". That could actually aid him in his bid for re-election - and help the GOP in its effort to regain any losses - in 2020.

Unless you're a die-hard Trumpist Republican who wants to see America's supremely polarizing president govern with close to a free hand, the best possible outcome for Tuesday's midterm elections is obvious: Democrats win.

Obama also appeared later on Sunday in his old home state of IL, which hosts a competitive governor's race and several tight US House of Representative races.

Trump's final sprint will take him Monday to Ohio, Indiana and Missouri.

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