President Trump Visits Nevada For Rally, Fires Away At Democrats

President Trump Visits Nevada For Rally, Fires Away At Democrats

President Donald Trump is scoffing at the idea of a "blue wave" sweeping Democrats to big victories on Election Day, saying he thinks it's "being rapidly shattered".

Trump was lending support for Dean Heller, considered the most vulnerable GOP senator on the November 6 ballot as Republicans hope to retain their Senate majority.

As President Donald Trump seeks to paint Democrats as a party of "mobs" hell-bent on violently confronting conservative figures, a new video showing a group of purported "anti-communists" shouting down and insulting House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is receiving condemnation from several Republican lawmakers.

Former US Vice President Joe Biden spoke during a rally at the Culinary Workers Union Hall Local 226 in Las Vegas on Saturday.

Trump campaigned Thursday in Montana on behalf of GOP Senate candidate Matt Rosendale and on Saturday will visit Elko, Nevada, to support Sen.

Biden had traveled to Nevada to stump for Democrats in the state, including Rep. Jacky Rosen, who's vying for a Senate seat now held by Republican Dean Heller.

Former President Barack Obama, who won Nevada during the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections, will be visiting the battleground state Monday with a get-out-the-vote rally in Las Vegas.

Rallying Democrats and union workers at an early vote rally, Biden said American values "are being shredded".

In a tweet before leaving Arizona, Trump called Heller "a man who has become a good friend" and said he needed the senator's "Help and Talent in Washington".

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Biden says America was built on basic fundamental decency and "it is being shredded right now". But Biden says Trump is "all about himself".

Trump claimed there were 6-7,000 people who couldn't get into his rally in Elko. Dean Heller, considered the most vulnerable Republican incumbent this fall.

The round of criticisms offered an early preview of a potential Biden-Trump matchup as the former vice president is mulling a presidential bid in 2020.

The president wants to focus on immigration as one of the defining election issues.

He said Republicans were going to win big in the 2018 midterm elections.

In Michigan, Democrat Gretchen Whitmer has a solid lead over Republican state Attorney General Bill Schuette to replace outgoing two-term Gov. Rick Snyder.

The Biden-Trump circling of one another in the same state happened recently in Kentucky, where Biden campaigned for a Democratic congressional candidate on a Friday night and Trump held a rally the next evening.

"A vote for wacky Jacky is a vote to hand control of Congress over to Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer", Trump said.

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