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President Trump addressed his supporters at a rally in Phoenix on Aug. 22.

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President Trump held a rally in Phoenix on Aug. 22. Here’s what his supporters and opponents had to say.

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President Trump gave a contentious speech at a campaign rally in Phoenix on Aug. 22, attacking the media, GOP senators and "obstructionist" Democrats. Here are the highlights.

Protesters gathered outside the Phoenix Convention Center on Aug. 22, where President Trump was holding a campaign rally.

President Trump threatened to shut down the government over building his promised wall on the U.S.-Mexico border during a campaign rally in Phoenix, on Aug. 22.

President Trump told his supporters in Phoenix on Aug. 22, that the media is "trying to take away our history and our heritage" and is giving a platform to hate groups.

President Trump issued scathing attacks against Arizona's senators during his Phoenix rally on Aug. 22, but said, "I will not mention any names. Very presidential."

President Trump attacked the media, including the New York Times, CNN and the Washington Post, during his rally in Phoenix on Aug. 22 "Fox has treated me fairly," Trump said. "How good is Hannity? ... And Fox & Friends in the morning is the best show."

While recounting the defeat of the Republican health-care plan in the Senate during a rally in Phoenix on Aug. 22, President Trump reiterated his call for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to get rid of the filibuster.

President Trump spoke about possibly pardoning former Maricopa County, Ariz., sheriff Joe Arpaio during a rally in Phoenix on Aug. 22. Arpaio was convicted of criminal contempt in July.

President Trump attacked CNN repeatedly in Phoenix on Aug. 22, and expressed regret over their firing of conservative commentator and Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord.

President Trump cast wide blame on the "fake media" in Phoenix on Aug. 22.

President Trump said he was “thrilled to be back in Phoenix” during a rally in Phoenix on Aug. 22.

"While each of these four events is unique, they cannot be viewed in isolation," said Adm. Scott Swift.

The Treasury Department said 10 firms and 6 individuals had done business that helped Pyongyang develop its ballistic missile and nuclear weapons program.

Tweaks to the rules have led to more players spending money on tickets.

Far beyond the battlefield, generals are exerting influence across the executive branch.

Officials say English proficiency is up at most grade levels.

President Trump toured a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol hangar in Yuma, Ariz., on Aug. 22. He viewed border protection equipment, including a drone, helicopter and boat, and joked with several border protection agents.

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