Trump, at Rally, Vows to Carry On Anthony Kennedy's Legacy

Trump, at Rally, Vows to Carry On Anthony Kennedy's Legacy

Trump, at Rally, Vows to Carry On Anthony Kennedy's Legacy

Fargo was the latest stop in a campaign tour that in seven days took Mr. Trump to Minnesota, Nevada and SC.

The president, however, noted Heitkamp's votes against tax cuts he signed into law in December as well as the GOP's long-sought goal to undo the health care program enacted by President Barack Obama.

The President also relished in his newfound opportunity to nominate a new Supreme Court Justice, claiming that Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy purposelychose to retire during Trump's term "because he felt confident in [Trump] to make the right choice and carry on his great legacy". "We need intellect ... so many elements go into the making of a great justice of the Supreme Court". As I said, if the President wants to meet with me, I'm ready to participate and advocate for North Dakota.

Trump, at a North Dakota rally where he was campaigning against the state's sole incumbent Democrat, said Kennedy's retirement added a new urgency to increasing the number of GOP votes in the U.S. Senate.

Trump's popularity in the North Dakota is unquestionably strong.

Rep. Kevin Cramer made it clear he was less than happy with Trump's friendly treatment of Democratic Sen.

"We got more money, we got more brains, we got better houses, apartments, we got nicer boats, we're smarter than they are ... we're the elite!" he said. She voted to confirm 21 of Trump's 26 Cabinet-level nominations.

But yesterday evening Senator Heitkamp was on social media promoting a meeting she had with President Trump about the appointment of a new Supreme Court justice.

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"One of my biggest critics, a slovenly man named Joe Crowley got his ass kicked by a young woman who had a lot of energy", Trump, who was raised in Jamaica, Queens, said.

"When Heidi ran for office, she promised to be an independent vote for the people of North Dakota", Trump said to an arena packed with cheering supporters in Fargo.

Cramer says the hubbub was "more about the White House than me", but some Republicans believe it's time for Trump to take on Heitkamp. We have to pick one that's going to be there for 40 years, 45 years.

Cramer said he understands the anxiety of North Dakota producers, but believes majority support Trump.

"I think political speeches are political speeches", she said in a phone interview after the Fargo rally Wednesday, June 28.

"They say Trump is starting a trade war", he said.

Trump also spent several minutes defending his administration's hard-line stance on immigration, once again repeating his assertion that the Democrats want "open borders" as an alternative. John Hoeven, R-N.D., followed him as he exited Air Force One at the North Dakota Air National Guard Base next to Hector International Airport.

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