Trump tells North Dakota: Unseat 'liberal Democrat' Heitkamp

Trump tells North Dakota: Unseat 'liberal Democrat' Heitkamp

Trump tells North Dakota: Unseat 'liberal Democrat' Heitkamp

Conservative radio host Scott Hennen asked Cramer about Heitkamp's criticism that Cramer will "vote with Trump all the time, even when it hurts North Dakota".

Crowley's loss was a shocking defeat.

Trump went farther than that in attacking Heitkamp, calling her a "liberal Democrat" who blindly follows "Chuck and Nancy".

"How the president talks about Sen".

Trump also warned that if ICE were eliminated, the country would be "overrun with the worst criminal elements you have ever seen". "I became president and they didn't", Trump said, to cheers from the audience, in a move he repeated once again on Wednesday.

And he says the Court's decision this week in favor of his travel ban underscores its importance.

"[Crowley] actually had a lot of money left over and he was going to take Nancy Pelosi's place" as Democratic leader, Trump said. "Heidi will vote no to any pick we make".

Trump is also predicting that Democrats will do worse than expected in the upcoming midterm elections.

"He felt confident in me to make the right choice and carry on his great legacy".

The Fargo rally honed Mr. Trump's stump speech that will be repeated throughout the campaign season.

In a statement, Heitkamp said "President Trump and I had a solid discussion about the Supreme Court vacancy".

"You are the people who farm the prairie, tamed the badlands and squeezed oil out of rock", Trump said, speaking directly to the North Dakota citizens who lived under "big attractive skies". Thompson is an avid Harley rider and used to say that Wisconsin is the state where "Harley's roar".

Trump urged the election of more Republican senators, saying the current 51-49 GOP majority is a "problem".

But Trump preserved most of his fire-and the crowd most of its ire-for when he started riffing about immigration and his coveted wall along the USA border with Mexico ("Build that wall!" the crowd chanted).

Cramer is challenging Sen. With the upcoming confirmation fight over Anthony Kennedy's successor, Trump seems to have realized that a Republican is more valuable than a Democrat in the Senate, no matter how friendly the latter might be. His 36-point margin of victory in the state in 2016 was only surpassed in size by his win in West Virginia, where he won by more than 40 points. He criticized Heitkamp's record on tax cuts, health care, immigration and abortion.

All three Democratic senators are facing tough votes when Trump nominates a replacement for Kennedy.

Then, after Cramer finished speaking to the red-hatted crowd of supporters, he turned around to walk back towards the president.

Leaders of farm groups and food banks are using President Donald Trump's visit to North Dakota to protest about trade, ethanol production, nutrition programs and farm bill negotiations.

Trump is scheduled to appear at a rally Wednesday evening in a 6,000-seat Fargo hockey arena in a burst of campaign appearances that has included Nevada, Minnesota and SC. "Being wrong half the time is not a good answer", North Dakota's lone congressman said.

Randy Richards is a farmer in Hope, North Dakota.

It wasn't until earlier this month that Trump took his first public swipe at Heitkamp with a tweet that said she "always will vote no when we need her".

President Donald Trump set to hold a rally tonight in Fargo, North Dakota.

Right now, with Democrats heavily invested in their Heidi-is-pro-Trump narrative, would be the ideal time for Trump himself to descend on the race and rile up the Republican base for Cramer. Heidi Heitkamp, as totally out of touch.

Trump told a rally crowd in Fargo on Wednesday that Cramer loves the state and its people.

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