President lauds supporters, blasts Democrats in Michigan

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President Trump blasted Democrats, James Comey and the media in a campaign-style rally in Michigan Saturday night.

Trump had harsh words for several Democratic politicians, calling out Michigan Sen.

President Donald Trump is sharpening his aim at familiar political targets who face elections this year.

Trump has been urging voters to support Republicans for Congress as a way of advancing his agenda. Washington Township is in Macomb County, traditional home to the "Reagan Democrats" who helped Trump eke out a MI win by fewer than 11,000 votes. And you people just keep putting her back again, and again, and again.

"He said the other night, the fake dirty dossier", Trump continued.

In Michigan, Trump railed against the allegations Tester aired against Jackson and suggested that he could take a similar tack against the senator.

"You know something about the auto industry here and it is because I am bringing it back to the state of Michigan", Trump said. "And if I mentioned 'em, he'd by no means be elected once more", Trump mentioned with out elaborating.

U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to shut down the federal government in September if Congress does not provide more funding to build a wall on the border with Mexico. He also took credit for the warming relations between North and South Korea, telling his audience "we'll see how it goes". "The enthusiasm, knowledge and love in that room was unreal".

"If the Democrats get in, they're going to take the tax cuts away and they're going to raise your taxes to a higher level than you ever thought possible", he said.

Trump's rally occurred at the same time the President - and his White House staff - were being roasted at the White House Correspondents' Dinner by comedian Michelle Wolf. "They don't, and they don't care about our borders, and I don't think they care much about crime", Trump said.

The White House added that Trump did not know what will happen concerning the meeting. More than half of those surveyed, 56 percent, said they disapproved of the president.

"I loved it, all that is the swamp that's what the people here support is the fact that that's just a bunch of rich people paying to be with him and they're just going to beat him up so what's the point of going there, why don't you come out here and be with the people who want to be with him", said Lefebvre. Lewandowski was Trump's original 2016 campaign manager, but was suddenly fired after a series of controversies including the release of a video that showed him physically manhandling a female reporter from the ultra-conservative news site Breitbart, and behind-the-scenes clashes with campaign consultant Paul Manafort, who took over the campaign after Lewandowksi's ouster - and has since been indicted by Russian Federation investigation Special Counsel Robert Mueller. But she didn't back down from the general sentiment.

Trump quickly had the video working in his marketing campaign advertisements, and his supporters wore the "deplorable" label as a badge of honor.

Throughout his speech, Trump focused on many themes he's been talking about since he was campaigning for the office - a border wall, stronger military and making America great again. He accused Democrats of not wanting to secure the border and keep violent criminals out of the country.

"Debbie Stabenow is among the leaders for weak borders and letting folks in".

"This November, every American will face a choice", Trump said.

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