Trump loads up on rallies before Election Day

Marsha Scott
October 31, 2018

Trump will also visit Cape Girardeau on Monday, the day before the November 6 election.

President Trump might not be running for office, but he'll be hitting the campaign trail hard in the final days before the midterm elections.

Saturday afternoon, Harris and Newsom will join comedian Chelsea Handler in Orange County to support Democrat UC Irvine Law Professor Katie Porter running in the 45th congressional district to flip the seat held by five-term Republican Rep. Mimi Walters. That includes rallies scheduled this week in Missouri and West Virginia, which also have closely watched U.S. Senate races. Donald Trump Mocked for leaving his Umbrella open at the door of Air Force One: Watch Video.

The ad, full of images of economic rebound in leafy suburbs, comes at the start of a hectic week of campaign rallies for Trump but reflects polling showing Republicans' deficit among college-educated women in suburban House districts.

It was only a matter of time before Democratic rising star Andrew Gillum and former President Barack Obama's path's crossed.

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President Trump is expected to attend rallies across the country to boost Republican candidates in several states. Both the developments have given the opposition Democrats an edge over the Republican.

Pictured: President Donald Trump during a December 2017 visit to Pensacola.

While in the House, Trump's goal is to retain the majority even though with a reduced margin, in the Senate aims at increasing the tally as close as possible to 60, which is the figure required to prevent filibuster.

An Obama appearance somewhere in Florida with Gillum seemed likely, as the former president has been rallying Democrats in the Midwest.

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