Trump Swoops In To Rally For Embattled Senate Republican

Trump Swoops In To Rally For Embattled Senate Republican

Trump was in MS for the pair of rallies and a roundtable discussion on prison and sentencing reform in an eleventh-hour effort to keep the seat in GOP hands. And the simplest, most common reason why they support her? He also contended, despite the GM news, that jobs are "coming into MS - and everywhere else, by the way". "They came out of your mouth".

He blamed countries in Central and South America for large flows of migrants trying to reach and enter the United States. But they say the appearances will provide a spark to their voters, too.

Like a lot of Mississippi Republicans, Smith seems willing to forgive the senator for some of the eyebrow-raising remarks she's made in recent weeks.

She said the hanging remark was an "exaggerated expression of regard" for the supporter, but the remarks drew sharp criticism in a state with a 38% black population.

The race between Hyde-Smith, who is hoping to keep the seat away from Democrat Mike Espy, has garnered plenty of national attention. She said of her decision to have a child later in life, "At 39 years old, I knew I wanted a child".

Trump held rallies in Tupelo and Biloxi.

Tuesday's runoff election was triggered when neither Hyde-Smith nor Espy secured 50 percent of the vote. Thad Cochran's six-year term. Whoever wins the election will fill the last two years of Cochran's term, and then have to run again in 2020.

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The contest has drawn comparisons to the Alabama Senate special election in December 2017, when Democrat Doug Jones won a narrow victory against Republican Roy Moore, who was accused by multiple women of sexually assaulting them when they were teenagers. He painted Democrats as a party of "caravans and crime", a reference to the groups of Central American migrants he turned into a midterm issue and the criminal acts he claims - without evidence or supporting data - would follow the groups into the USA if allowed to cross the border and stay. More than a week after the video's release, she said she apologized to "anyone that was offended by my comments", but also said the remark was used as a "weapon" against her. In an apparent effort to praise him, she told rancher Colin Hutchinson, "If he invited me to a public hanging, I'd be on the front row". "Maybe we just want to make it a little more hard".

Her supporters said the furor over her comments was overblown.

In the final weeks of the runoff, Hyde-Smith's campaign said the remark about making voting hard was a joke.

She also reportedly has advocated pro-Confederacy policies. In a statement to Popular Information at the time, Google distanced itself from the candidate but made no indication that it would request the funds be returned.

She was also recorded telling a small group at a university that it would be "a great thing" to suppress votes of liberal students.

Even though the results of the 2018 midterm elections have been widely decided, CNN reported President Trump suggested that a win for Democratic candidate Mike Espy would "revoke" Republican wins.

At times, Trump appeared to be merely going through the motions, denouncing the Democrats as the party of "radical socialism and open borders", although the White House is now engaged in detailed talks with congressional Democratic leaders on a federal budget that gives the lion's share to the military, and billions in additional funding for "border security".

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