Trump Holds Rally In Pittsburgh As White House Pressure Intensifies

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But the president said the policy is evidence of his defense of the working class. Pennsylvania's 18th Congressional District has an estimated 17,000 steelworkers and nearly 90,000 voters from union households.

Amid a contentious, neck-to-neck race for Pennsylvania's 18th Congressional District, Republican candidate Rick Saccone hopes that throwing his support behind President Trump - and, more importantly, Trump's manufacturing-friendly policies - could win him the first special election of 2018.

The president criticized Democrats for blocking his long-promised border wall and attacked so-called sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities. His last two rallies were aimed at helping Republican candidates in the U.S. Senate race in Alabama, although the president did not make those men the centerpiece of his comments.

For Trump, it is not just Republican control of the House that is in danger. "After the meeting, you may do that, but let's see what happens". And he dismissed Representative Maxine Waters, Democrat of California, as a "low-I.Q. individual", delivering, in a predominantly white region, an insult that to many carries racial undertones. "She really is." The underlying fear crept in again and again.

Trump Holds Rally In Pittsburgh As White House Pressure Intensifies
Trump Holds Rally In Pittsburgh As White House Pressure Intensifies

Some argue executing drug dealers could have a raft of unintended consequences, such as deterring people from calling police when they know someone is overdosing. "I hate to put this pressure on you, Rick, but they're all watching". "The task for everyone here tonight is to make sure that this great American comeback continues".

Trump tweeted Friday, saying he was looking forward to the event. "But for getting your votes, he's talking about how much he likes tariffs, which is my baby". "It's a insane time out there", Trump said.

"I'm a supporter of the death penalty, but only in those types of incidences where we absolutely are a 100 percent certain that the person is 100 percent guilty", the Republican senator opined.

The new slogan will be "Keep America great!" with an exclamation point, Mr. Trump said at the rally.

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"I'd love to beat Oprah".

Foreign enemies, too, occupied Trump's mind.

"I don't think it's a witch hunt", said Nunberg. "But that's OK. Because that's what we do, we handle things".

Mr. Trump's tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, which he formally announced on Thursday, have received considerable attention in a district with an estimated 17,000 steelworkers and nearly 90,000 voters from union households. "We're gonna tax BMW".

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"Do you think the drug dealers who kill thousands of people during their lifetime, do you think they care who's on a blue-ribbon committee?" he asked.

He finally pulled Saccone to the stage near the end of his 75-minute rally, as the candidate exclaimed: "If President Trump's in your corner, how can you lose?"

"Wouldn't we love to run against Oprah", he told a cheering crowd. He even tested out an idea he's been batting around recently about giving drug dealers the death penalty. "I think he's handsome".

President Trump was where he loves to be Saturday night....at a campaign rally.

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THE FACTS: Exit polls found he got 41 percent of the votes from women in the election, not 52 percent.

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