As he stood alongside Tester's opponent, state Auditor Matt Rosendale, Trump said Tester "will never drain the swamp because he happens to live in the swamp".
"We doubt that capital markets would collapse if President Trump's administration was endangered either electorally or indeed legally", William Hobbs wrote.
A high school student's appearance behind President Donald Trump at a Montana campaign rally caused a social media stir on Friday after the 17-year-old made a series of facial expressions that looked a lot like, well, a teenager reacting to a rambling politician in a suit.
Trump says he thinks the GOP will do "really well" on November 6, when the party hopes to retain control of both houses of Congress.
President Donald Trump is taking the Washington debate over his Supreme Court nominee to the homes of two red-state Senate Democrats this week, elevating Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation as a political litmus test for voters. And given the midterm elections in November could shift the congressional balance of power toward the Democrats, Trump knows all too well that could trigger impeachment proceedings against him.
In an interview with Fox News, Trump said he had been persuaded that closing the government would hurt his fellow Republican candidates.
'When I heard the policies, I disagreed with majority, ' Linfesty said.
But these swaps are particularly egregious considering they were all mid-speech and directly behind the president, and the people who were swapped out didn't appear to be doing anything wrong. He is expected to do the same against Democratic Sen. Likewise, a vote for Kavanaugh by either Tester or Heitkamp could frustrate their Democratic base eager for a more confrontational approach to the Trump administration.Читайте также: Osaka upsets Serena Williams in extraordinary US Open final
Afterwards, Trump stopped in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to attend a fundraiser for Republican Rep. Kristi Noem, who is running for governor. "But I say, how can you impeach somebody who has done a great job?"
At the rally, Trump railed against Democrats engaged in a mock conversation, playing both the role of supporter and defender.
Neither senator has said how he or she will vote on Kavanaugh's confirmation.
White House officials contend the Supreme Court was a powerful motivator for Republican base voters in 2016, when Trump won the White House, and they're seeking to capitalize on Kavanaugh's nomination to help overcome an enthusiasm gap with Democrats.
Trump urged his supporters to vote Republican in the midterms to protect the country's success.
Democrats have largely avoided the topic of impeachment.
"They like to use the "impeach" word", Trump said.
"If and when the information emerges about that, we'll see", she said. "By the way, we're impeaching him'".При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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