Here in CT, of course, that latter term is said in revulsion by GOP leadership to describe funds that are used to attract industry to this state in competition against primarily Republican-ruled states that also dangle financial incentives before companies to induce them to locate there.
President Trump speaks at a rally in support of congressional hopeful Troy Balderson in Lewis Center, Ohio. Kasich said. "He said, 'no, I didn't.' I think Donald Trump decides where he wants to go and I think they think they're firing up the base".
President Donald Trump spent much of his rally on Saturday night trashing CNN and MSNBC, but also took some time to show love to his preferred cable news network, Fox News.
Trump called Balderson "the guy who will do things" and dismissed Balderson's Democratic opponent, Franklin County recorder Danny O'Connor, as a person nobody knows. But with House Speaker Paul Ryan, Vice President Mike Pence, and even President Trump showing up in Ohio's 12th Congressional District in recent days, it's obvious that Republicans are very concerned about losing Tuesday's special election, the last before voters head to the polls in November.
Stephanopoulos also asked about Trump's tweet this weekend taking a swipe at National Basketball Association star and OH native LeBron James, saying it is hard to make "LeBron look smart". The 46-year-old LaPat says he likes the fact the economy is doing well and unemployment is down.More news: Venezuela's Maduro blames 'assassination' attempt on Colombia
Kasich, speaking on ABC's "This Week", said he asked state Sen.
Democrats have "a weak candidate because there's no message", he declared.
The rally comes hours after Trump denounced arguably Ohio's favorite native son, basketball superstar LeBron James, who just opened a school for underprivileged children there.
Trump was traveling Saturday to OH to hold a rally for state Sen.
"Will be going to OH tonight to campaign for Troy Balderson for the big Congressional Special Election on Tuesday", the president tweeted.