Trump stumps for GOP candidate ahead of special election

  • Trump stumps for GOP candidate ahead of special election

Trump stumps for GOP candidate ahead of special election

Trump mentioned how in other countries he visited, like China and Singapore, they don't have a drug problem because drug dealers get the death penalty.

Trump said he recently asked the president of Singapore if that country has a drug problem.

"Southwestern Pennsylvania doesn't need another downtown Pittsburgh liberal in congress", Saccone said.

"That's why we have a problem, folks", he added.

"I think it's a discussion we have to start thinking about", Trump said during the rally in Moon Township.

"I don't know if that's popular". 'But these people are killing our kids and killing our families!

At the rally, Trump also revealed what he said will be the replacement for "Make America Great Again" during a rally for a Republican congressional candidate in Pennsylvania where he lambasted several potential Democratic rivals, including Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Oprah Winfrey.

Finally, Trump announced his 2020 campaign slogan would be "Keep America great" since he had already "made America great again".

"When you look at just money raised, volunteer efforts that have been put forth, the Democrats are running the most energized campaign that I've ever seen in this seat in near history", said DeVanney, who worked as a consultant for former Rep. Murphy. "I know her weakness", he said. He then opined: "It's a little hard to sell tickets when you think you're going to be nuked".

Ciccarone said there is also concern that the laws could ensnare low-level drug dealers, many of whom do not know that their products contain lethal amounts of opioids and some of whom are battling addiction. "It could happen, it doesn't happen", Trump said of the meeting.

President TrumpDonald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth Woman behind pro-Trump Facebook page denies being influenced by Russians Shulkin says he has White House approval to root out "subversion" at VA MORE in a tweet on Sunday promoted Republican Pennsylvania congressional candidate Rick Saccone, touting five GOP congressional wins in the first year of his presidency.

Despite his allegiance to Trump, Saccone has underwhelmed national Republicans in this heavily pro-Trump district, and public polling ahead of the Tuesday election has shown Saccone neck-and-neck with Lamb, a former federal prosecutor and Marine.

Murphy often easily won in the district that Trump carried by 20 percentage points during the 2016 presidential election. Big & happy crowd (why not, some of the best economic numbers ever). He explained how he offered a great deal to help DACA and the Democrats turned it down so now they have the DACA people mad at them. Also, tough on crime & border.

The President's appearance also comes after a particularly active week at the White House.

His announcement that he would impose import tariffs of 25 percent on steel and 10 percent on aluminum came just days before Tuesday's election in a district that is home to scores of steelworkers.

Trump also took the opportunity to slam CNN for its coverage over his decision to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.

And, this week, the porn star known as Stormy Daniels sued Trump in a California court, claiming Trump never signed a hush agreement regarding an alleged sexual encounter between the two, therefore rendering the agreement void.

During a rambling, hour-plus speech in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, Trump quickly endorsed Republican state Rep.