President Trump making another visit to West Virginia

President Trump making another visit to West Virginia

President Trump making another visit to West Virginia

President Donald Trump broke from a tax reform-centered message Thursday to rev up the state's already heated Republican Senate primary. ManchinDems face hard choices on resources in battle for Senate House members demand Senate confirm Jim Bridenstine as NASA chief The Hill's 12:30 Report MORE (D-W.Va.) on Thursday, after cultivating a working relationship with the red-state Democrat past year.

Sitting in front of an American flag and a backdrop that read "USA Open For Business", Trump, along with Sen.

"Joe, he voted against", Trump said of the new tax law.

This was President Trumps's fourth visit to West Virginia.

Trump also made unfounded claims about migrant behavior, claiming at one point that "women are raped at levels nobody's ever seen before".

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"He also voted against medical help and healthcare", Trump said, referring to eliminating the Obamacare individual mandate that was repealed a year ago in tax-reform legislation. His remarks in West Virginia, like so many of his previous planned policy speeches, quickly came instead to resemble one of his free-wheeling rallies.

"So you're going to have a chance to get a senator that's going to vote our program", he added, referring to the upcoming election.

To be sure, Trump praised his tax cut plan, especially during a question-and-answer session with officials gathered in White Sulphur Springs. "You have to go after people who aren't treating you right".

He repeated his unfounded and unsubstantiated claim that "millions and millions of people" voted illegally in 2016.


Nielsen says she'll be speaking again Thursday with California Gov.

Trump has seized on news reports that the migrant group was traveling toward the U.S. Organizers of the migrant group said they never meant to reach the U.S. border.

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said she had been working with governors of the southwest border states to develop agreements on where and how many Guardsmen will be deployed. The president has been tweeting about the caravan all week and had warned Mexico to interdict it before the migrants arrived at the border.

Trump adds that "Border crossings are at a still UNACCEPTABLE 46 year low".

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