Trump loads up on rallies before Election Day

Trump loads up on rallies before Election Day

Trump loads up on rallies before Election Day

Undeterred by the string of deadly horrors that might have paused another president in campaign mode, Trump is stumping relentlessly in a late push to save the GOP House and Senate majorities, using rallies and Twitter to stoke fear over a group of migrants almost 1,000 miles from the United States border while boosting false claims from Republican candidates about their efforts to tear up one of Obamacare's most popular features.

Trump's campaign said Sunday that he will hold rallies in Florida and West Virginia later this week.

Given that the two chambers are going to be crucial in fulfilling his political agenda as he goes for re-election in 2020, Trump for the past several weeks has been campaigning several days a week in support of the Republican party.

An Obama appearance somewhere in Florida with Gillum seemed likely, as the former president has been rallying Democrats in the Midwest.

In the Senate, most analysts say, Republicans will hold on to its majority and might even gain seats. Many on the left, including the media, blame the president's rhetoric for inciting a supporter who has been charged with mailing pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and a Pittsburgh man charged with killing 11 people at a synagogue on Saturday. They previously announced a rally in Fort Myers, Florida on Wednesday.

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The visits by Trump and Obama will come shortly after their vice presidents also campaigned for top-of-the-ticket candidates in the state. He's also endorsed Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis over progressive Democratic hopeful Andrew Gillum. Claire McCaskill, the incumbent Democrat.

Trump in recent interviews has said that his party had snatched the momentum from the Democrats till last week, when a series of package bombs were recovered addressed to the former U.S. president Barack Obama, the former vice president Joe Biden, the former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton and Senator Kamala Harris among others.

The president will fly Saturday to Boseman, Montana, to campaign for Republican Senate candidate Matt Rosendale, who is trailing narrowly in his race to unseat Democratic Sen. Jon Tester. Mr. Trump will end the day with another rally in Pensacola, Florida.

The president will then move on to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where Rep. Marsha Blackburn, the Republican, is trying to win the Senate seat being vacated by Sen.

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