Trump says Democrats would ruin Florida, his second home

Trump says Democrats would ruin Florida, his second home

Trump says Democrats would ruin Florida, his second home

Former US President Barack Obama called on voters to choose "honest" politics at a rally in Georgia on Friday in the lead-up to the midterm elections.

Speaking in Florida, Obama condemned the plan, accusing the Trump's administration of "taking our courageous troops away from their families for a political stunt at the border". The Democrat took a brief break from the trail early Saturday morning in the aftermath of a deadly shooting at a yoga studio in Tallahassee, where he is the mayor.

During his IN rally, Trump said he and Hall of Fame basketball coach Bob Knight had developed a "great romance".

Trump is rallying in support of Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis and Senate candidate Rick Scott, who are facing tough challenges in Tuesday's elections.

He hammered President Donald Trump and the GOP for claiming to support the Affordable Care Act's coverage protections for those with pre-existing conditions - even as Trump's Justice Department is involved in a lawsuit to end those safeguards and the GOP congressional majority attempted to repeal the law.

Trump said having Rosendale in the Senate will be "phenomenal".

Obama's speech was repeatedly interrupted by hecklers, prompting him to quip: 'Why is it that the folks who won the last election are so mad all the time?'

Republicans led by 3 points in pre-Election Day voting four years ago, the most recent midterm election. This weekend will see them making stops in a total of seven states. Democrats, meanwhile, could make history by electing black governors in Florida and Georgia, and are turning to the nation's first black president to help make their case.

Abrams, who faces Republican Brian Kemp, Georgia's secretary of state, on Tuesday, has been the beneficiary of a string of prominent visitors, including media mogul Oprah Winfrey.

A federal judge on Friday ordered the state to allow some 3,000 recently naturalized citizens to vote after their registrations had been put on hold. And to tell their friends and families to vote'.

The FBI said on Friday it had recovered a suspicious package addressed to California billionaire Tom Steyer, a Democrat known for his ads calling for Trump's impeachment.

Trump also defended his decision to focus nearly exclusively on the migrants and immigration in the closing days of the election.

"You have a president that's going to be here today and you have an entertainer that's in office right now", said Rashawn Watson, a Democrat from Miami Gardens.

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