During an airport rally in Elko, Nevada, an increasingly confident President Trump predicted that Republicans would surprise people in their battle to maintain control of the House and Senate. Bashing Democrats as “socialists,” while downplaying talk of tensions with Saudi Arabia over the murder of a dissident journalist.
From reviewjournal.com: Trump appeared in Elko on behalf of Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nevada, an embattled Republican incumbent facing a tough re-election fight against Rosen. I like where we stand in the election,” Trump said as he echoed arguments he also made in Montana and Arizona over the last two days. “We’re gonna win all over.
Arriving on the first day of early voting in Nevada, the president urged his audience to take immediate advantage. “Do you promise you will leave this site, go out and case your vote right now?” he said, earning cheers.
Lined up to get into the Trump rally in Elko NV. The line is very long, hopefully I can get in pic.twitter.com/fatDzoG8XU
— John Hildebrand (@JohnHSask) October 20, 2018
Maintaining his strident attacks of late, Trump denounced Democrats as “an angry, ruthless, unhinged mob.” He accused them of backing “radical socialism” on the economy, supporting “open borders” on immigration, and launching unfair attacks during the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
MASSIVE CROWD at Trump Rally in in Elko, NV.
— The Right Pundit (@therightnewz) October 20, 2018