Make sure you vote or I will be impeached, Trump warns supporters

Kevin Lamarque  ReutersPresident Donald Trump greets the crowd as he arrives for his

Kevin Lamarque ReutersPresident Donald Trump greets the crowd as he arrives for his"Make America Great Again rally in Billings Mont. Sept. 6 2018

Mr. Linfesty said that his parents were told that a background check was conducted before he was offered his seating, but it's unclear what that entailed or whether Mr. Trump's campaign was aware of his political views.

"Let's say a Democrat gets elected and let's say we have a Republican House".

He said prior to attending the rally the were told the had to be enthusiastic and tried to get him to wear the presidents famous MAGA hat, which he refused.

President Donald Trump said on Thursday a possible shutdown of the USA government over border wall funding "most likely" would not happen until after the November congressional elections.

"They like to use the "impeach" word", Trump said. But we will worry about that, it never happens.

Democrats question whether the Kavanaugh vote will resonate in the race to unseat Tester, the Big Sandy farmer who has emphasized his independence and willingness to cross the partisan aisle to work with the president, who carried Montana by 20 percentage points two years ago. "Right? And then a Republican", Trump said. "Very important thing. Very important thing".

"But I say, 'How do you impeach somebody that's doing a great job, that hasn't done anything wrong?'" Trump asked.

So, whether you're a Trump supporter or not, it seems that this latest rally from the president had a little bit of something for everyone. A few Democratic lawmakers have called for Trump to be removed from office. Elizabeth Warren "Pocahontas", claimed California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters' I.Q.is in the "mid-60s" and ridiculed Arizona Republican Sen.




Standing behind Trump on Thursday night, the unidentified man made several animated facial expressions as the president spoke on his usual list of topics. "We will impeach that Democrat, right?"

Republican control of the House of Representatives and Senate is at stake in the November 6 elections, which are seen as a referendum on Trump.

As Kavanaugh's hearings began, Cramer launched an ad attacking Heitkamp for a January procedural vote that effectively blocked legislation to make almost all abortions after 20 weeks illegal.

Montana has long voted Republican in presidential elections, but Trump proved even more popular than other recent Republican presidential nominees.

Tester has largely opposed Trump's agenda.

In a fundraising email to supporters Thursday morning, Tester highlighted Trump's visit to the state.

The president's strategy on the Supreme Court nomination aims to turn the screws on Tester and Sen.

"So, most likely, I will not do that", he said, according to a pool report.

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