United States congressional candidates hammered into the campaign homestretch on Saturday, with Democratic former vice president Joe Biden urging voters to reject division as President Donald Trump touted economic growth after sounding dire warnings on immigration.
Meanwhile his staff has begun preparations to deal with a flood of subpoenas that could arrive next year from Democrat-controlled committees and the White House counsel's office has been trying to attract seasoned lawyers to field oversight inquiries.
When the President's party controls Congress, it is easier for him to push his legislative agenda through than if the Opposition controlled both or even one House: this is especially the case today when there has been a near complete breakdown of bipartisanship and political divisions are deepening.
But even if Republicans are swept out of power in the House, Trump seemed unconcerned about the implications, telling a crowd gathered at an airport hangar here: "I'll just figure it out". The party trails by at least four points in every other Republican seat, with those in Tennessee and Texas - where fundraising star Beto O'Rourke is up against Ted Cruz - offering the Democrats' best hopes for an upset. However Ms Heitkamp has touted her previous support for Mr Trump's first Supreme Court pick, Neil Gorsuch, last year.
Trump's campaign stops were aimed at bolstering Republicans challenging incumbent Democratic senators in West Virginia and in, states he won in the 2016 presidential election. "We don't want that". For instance, Mitt Romney - who hired the team behind the Horton ads in his 2012 campaign against Barack Obama - was accused of playing into similar racial fears in advertisements attacking the president's health care and welfare policies.
And in North Dakota, ads aimed at Republican gun enthusiasts warned that voting in Tuesday's Senate contest could make them lose their hunting licenses.
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After Miami, Obama was headed to Georgia to campaign for Stacey Abrams, a former state legislator aiming to become the nation's first black female governor.
In Southern California, lifelong Democrat Theresa Hunter said she didn't take Trump seriously in 2016.
The tweet follows a report from The Daily Beast Friday that the state's Democratic Party is funding Facebook ads questioning how conservative Republican candidate Mike Braun is and urging voters to support Libertarian candidate Lucy Brenton. There will likely be a slew of subpoenas and investigations into "corruption" in the Trump administration, his attempts to influence investigating agencies and questions on the role of the US armed forces overseas.
That's why Democrats have been hammering their Republican opponents over the party's repeated attempts to dismantle the ACA and pave the way for insurance companies to once again raise premiums on people with preexisting conditions. Manchin, who is in a closer than expected re-election race, is making 12 more campaign stops in the last two days of the election all across the state in an effort to stave off Morrisey.
Obama was flanked by gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, who faces former congressman and strong Trump backer Ron DeSantis, and Senator Bill Nelson, who is being challenged by the outgoing governor, Rick Scott. They marked his third campaign appearance in West Virginia and fourth in Montana.
First, barely two weeks before election day, an angry supporter of USA president Donald Trump began sending 14 bombs to prominent Democrats and others whom Trump has frequently attacked. If Republicans win both Houses, there will be more conservative judicial appointments, an attempt at repealing Obamacare (which they tried to do previous year, unsuccessfully), and unless something egregious occurs or is revealed, Mr. Trump is highly unlikely to get impeached. "And they'll erase America's border".
There's one thing activists on both sides of the immigration debate agree on: It's hard to predict Trump.
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