“You have no choice but to vote for me because your 401(k)’s down the tubes. Everything is going to be down the tubes,” Trump said.
The city of Missoula passed a background-check law. The state legislature is trying to get it tossed.
“For those that are for Trump, it doesn’t matter what he does,” said one suburban pastor. “For those against him, they’re dead set against him. But that middle crowd, they’re watching and they want to do what is right.”
“It’s stolen money and it’s wasted money, and it’s a shame,” Trump told a crowd in this key swing state.
Asked whether he has a message for his supporters in Ohio, Trump said, “You know what my message is? I love them. And I think they love me.”
The moving target of what it now means to be a Democrat was a common thread.
Trump never offered any reason or explanation for why he called Cummings a racist as part of his weekend attacks on the black lawmaker.
The city council made Waskom a “sanctuary city for the unborn,” an action that has galvanized people on both sides of the debate.
The continuing disagreements between London and Washington include key issues such as Iran, Russia, climate change and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.