Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Global | By Marsha Munoz

Donald Trump Supports Rick Saccone At Moon Twp. Rally

Donald Trump Supports Rick Saccone At Moon Twp. Rally

He added at another point: "I hate to put pressure on you, Rick".

RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel will join President Trump at the rally to show support for Saccone.

"The whole world, remember that, they're all watching", he said at his Saturday rally.

He threatened to fight a trade war with the European Union over his tariffs on steel and aluminum: "We're gonna tax Mercedes Benz".

Continuing his battle against the mainstream news media, Trump insulted NBC News' Meet the Press host Chuck Todd and Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters.

Any move to institute the death penalty for drug crimes would likely spur court challenges, as well as comparisons to Filipino strongman Rody Duerte among Trump's detractors. But he scrapped his prepared remarks on Saccone, improvising and at one point handing the microphone to Saccone, too.

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Likewise, if Lamb outperformed Clinton in the most heavily Democratic areas and most Republican areas, and, for the purposes of debate, took 72 percent of the vote in the bluest areas where Clinton only took 56 percent and 41 percent in the reddest areas where Clinton only took 26 percent, that would still only get Lamb within nine points. "He doesn't care about us", Trump said. He sidestepped the fact that most of his own party's leaders oppose tariffs, as well.

"I think the big thing here is people in the beginning of this race were like, 'Oh, is this a race about Trump?' No it's not", the strategist said. "And he's slightly younger than me". State Rep. Rick Saccone (R) has run a lackluster campaign. He needs the residents of Pennsylvania's 18th Congressional District to nationalize their choice and make him a proxy for what they already think about Washington, the president and the issues that define their party affiliation.

"I am sure many of you in this room and many Americans around the country watched the president's meeting on gun violence yesterday", said Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.), "and were rather stunned and surprised".

"Some countries have a very tough penalty, the ultimate penalty, and they have much less of a drug problem than we do", he explained during a White House summit on March 1.

He said those convicted of killing just one person in shootings and stabbings at times face the death penalty or life in prison without parole. "The drugs have never been a problem like we have right now". "I know her weakness", the president said. "We can't just keep setting up blue-ribbon committees with your wife and your wife and your husband, and they meet and they have a meal and they talk, talk talk talk, two hours later, then they write a report".

At the campaign rally, Trump also offered a preview of his own 2020 re-election race, telling the crowd he's decided on a replacement for his "Make America Great Again" slogan. "You'd be so bored", said Trump. Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen.

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Saccone's small-town style of campaigning has put him almost on the sidelines of the campaign.

"Oh I'd love Oprah to win, I'd love to beat Oprah". I don't know if that's unpopular.

Speaking with reporters before leaving the White House, Trump cited South Korean claims that North Korea has agreed to stop nuclear testing and is willing to commit to de-nuclearization.

"It's little hard to sell tickets when you think you're going to be nuked", he said.

Ciccarone said there is also concern that the laws could ensnare low-level drug dealers, many of whom do not know that their products contain lethal amounts of opioids and some of whom are battling addiction.

"If President Trump is in your corner", he said, "how can you lose?"

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