Trump slams Democrats, 'MS-13-lover' Nancy Pelosi in Nashville campaign rally

Trump slams Democrats, 'MS-13-lover' Nancy Pelosi in Nashville campaign rally

Trump slams Democrats, 'MS-13-lover' Nancy Pelosi in Nashville campaign rally

President Donald Trump blasted the Democratic candidate in the race to fill Tennessee's open U.S. Senate seat during a rally in support of Republican candidate Marsha Blackburn.

Mexico has said it would not pay for a border wall.

Trump carried Tennessee in 2016 by 26 points, so his efforts on behalf of Blackburn can greatly buoy her in the state against Bredesen, a popular former two-term governor who was easily re-elected last in 2006.

"We need Marsha and the Senate to continue the incredible progress and work", said Trump.

Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), who is running for US Senate, during a rally at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium on May 29, 2018.

Trump thanked Corker for attending the rally, but the audience loudly booed the retiring Republican senator when the president mentioned his name.

Tickets start at 44-thousand dollars per couple to sit at a table with the President who was in Nashville last January for a speech to the American Farm Bureau.

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Diving into the midterm elections, President Donald Trump is seeking to build a stable of Republicans who will help promote his agenda and serve as a check on Democrats aiming to win majorities in Congress.

Beyond Indiana, Trump has used his Twitter page to boost California Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox, hoping to strengthen the party's chances of securing a spot on the ballot in November.

To keep this momentum going, to continue this incredible progress, to keep on winning, you have to vote Republican in November.

The president also talked about tax reform, MS-13, immigration, supporting veterans and even stating yet again that Mexico will fund the southern border wall. Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. "That's the worst thing that can happen", he said.

"That is what you call getting the job done", Mrs. Blackburn said. "Great on the Military, Border Security and Crime".

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