President Trump Visits Nevada For Rally, Fires Away At Democrats

Henrietta Brewer
October 21, 2018

The heckling was captured on camera, titled "Nancy Pelosi was heckled at a Miami Restaurant by Trump Supporting Cuban Americans".

In a statement to the Washington Post, Pelosi spokesman Drew Hammill said President Trump and Republicans were to blame for the display of "incivility, intolerance and aggression".

Today President Donald Trump is holding his third rally in as many days, this time in Elko, Nevada.

The audience cheers as President Donald Trump arrives at Elko Regional Airport, Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018, in Elko, Nv., for a campaign rally.

Trump was in rural Elko, Nevada, for a rally a short time after Biden appeared hundreds of mile south in Las Vegas.


The US had built "the great alliances in literally the history of the world" over the past 70 years, Biden said, adding: "But my God, think of what's going on now".

"Remember I said it", Biden said.

Don't expect Donald Trump to cop to a "thumpin" " or a "shellacking" if the midterm elections turn into a triumph for Democrats.The President, even as he races around the country animating rowdy campaign crowds and launching a full-on media blitz, is making one thing clear: if Republicans go down on November 6, it's not on him.Like much of Trump's unorthodox presidency, his strategy is laced with contradictions.

Biden says America was built on basic fundamental decency and "it is being shredded right now". In a tweet, the president said Heller had "become a good friend" who was "all about #MAGA".

Biden also called out congressional Republicans, saying they are "choosing party over their country" because of gerrymandering and unlimited spending.


Biden has held a rally with Rosen and members of the powerful Culinary Union 226, which represents about 57,000 housekeepers, bartenders and other workers in the city's casino-hotels. Dean Heller, who is fighting to maintain control of his seat from his Democratic challenger, Rep. Jacky Rosen. On Monday, the President will be in Texas to campaign for Republican Sen.

He won Nevada in his 2008 and 2012 campaigns, and Democrat Hillary Clinton carried the state by 2 percentage points over Trump in 2016. However, the Senate, where 60 votes are needed to pass most legislation and Republicans control only 51 votes, has no plans to take up the bill.

That's one of the themes he's hitting on during a visit to Western states as he makes his closing arguments for Republican candidates before the November 6 election. He has sought to focus on immigration as one of the defining election issues and has falsely accused Democrats of wanting "open borders" and encouraging illegal immigration.

He told supporters that he expected some backlash for referring to women as "beautiful" at another MAGA rally he held Friday in Arizona. All of the states have competitive Senate races where Republican candidates are locked in tight races or hoping to unseat a Democratic incumbent.He heads out on the trail looking to change the subject after facing sharp criticism for his tame response to the disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.


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