Trump Calls Europe 'Total Mess' for Its Failure to Curb Illegal Immigration

Marcus Newton
October 25, 2018

Remember who started it.

Obama said not voting this November would be 'profoundly risky to this country, to our democracy'.

Republicans in Congress "bend over backwards" instead of being 'a check or a balance on this kind of corrupt politics, ' the former president said.

With U.S. midterm elections two weeks away, President Obama has lent his vital support to Democrats in the tightly-contested state of Nevada. I don't believe in just making stuff up.

While he never called out President Donald Trump by name, Obama directly criticized some of his successor's most controversial rhetoric and policies on issues like health care, immigration and the deficit. When the rest of the nation gets a cold, Las Vegas gets the flu.

"We are a generous and welcoming people here in the United States, but those who enter the country illegally, and those who employ them, disrespect the rule of law and they are showing disregard for those who are following the law", Obama says in the tweeted clip.

Rosen is a first-term congresswoman from the Las Vegas area who is taking on incumbent Republican Dean Heller. "I know you can bet on anything here in Vegas, but you don't want to bet that Republicans are going to protect your healthcare".

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According to President Trump, he looks back to the past to see how in just a few years the minds of Democrats have changed to a more radical left position.

Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel slammed the mainstream media for what she said was a double standard in how they're treating President Donald Trump and his predecessors in the Oval Office.

The rally at a University of Nevada, Las Vegas arena included performances from hip-hop group Salt-N-Pepa and Columbian reggaeton star J Balvin and a speech from actress America Ferrera.

Obama's rally included specific appeals to young people and Latinos, key demographics who can boost Democrat numbers if they participate.

Steve Sisolak, the Democratic candidate for governor, also appeared at the rally.

Politico reported that Obama also said it would be "profoundly dangerous" to not vote on November 6 and it would be a "bad bet" to keep Republicans in power in the Senate and the House. Last month, the former president spoke at a rally in California for congressional Democrats.

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