"We have the time and place all finished", Trump said, but he wouldn't predict the outcome of the talks, saying, "we'll see what happens".
President Trump criticized USA immigration policies during a business roundtable in Cleveland on Saturday.
The Democratic primary to replace term-limited GOP Gov. John Kasich features Richard Cordray, a former OH attorney general, and Dennis Kucinich, former U.S. House member and one-time presidential candidate.
"And we may have to close up our country to get this straight, because we either have a country or we don't". While specifics regarding the visit are limited, White House officials have confirmed that the president will be promoting the Republican tax reforms, with not-at-all horrifying changes including dissolving individual tax deductions. Our immigration laws are a disgrace. "You can't just go into Mexico - but they allow these people to come up through Mexico and into our country".
But the president did touch on the tax law - the "biggest" in USA history, he said, a claim he has continued to make, despite it being proven incorrect.
Trump spent several hours in OH meeting with supporters and participating in a roundtable created to highlight the benefits of the new Republican tax law. He invited guests on stage with him to share how the tax bill has increased their paychecks. Sherry Sheely of Sheely's Furniture & Appliance in North Lima, Ohio, said she gave all of her full-time employees a $1,000 bonus after the tax law passed.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mike Gibbons on Friday filed a lawsuit in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court that alleges his primary rival, Wadsworth GOP Rep. Jim Renacci, lied about him in radio and print media.
During the discussion, the President sharply criticized Democrats, including Ohio's Democratic Sen.
Renacci, a member of the House, is running for the Senate against Democratic incumbent Sherrod Brown.