Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Trump in IN kicks off campaign season

Trump in IN kicks off campaign season

It also heavily relies on manufacturing - a sector Mr. Trump often praises says the U.S.is bringing back to life.

U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci, with Trump's support, won the Republican primary to challenge Democratic Sen.

Each of the 10 Democratic senators, along with the entire party caucus, voted against the GOP tax cut measure Mr. Trump signed in December, a point Republican groups are using to overpower the Democrats' effort to appear above partisanship.

They said they didn't come out to see President Obama during his two visits to the area while in office.

The president, who was joined at the Elkhart rally by home-state Vice President Mike Pence, said Democrats would raise taxes, "destroy your jobs" and "knock the hell out of your border".

Trump lobbed attacks against Indiana Democratic Sen.

Trump used one of his signature rallies in northern in to paint a rosy picture of his presidency, pointing to low unemployment, "booming" job growth and optimism under his watch.

An in Trump-on-the-stump fashion, the president had a nickname for Donnelly, as well, calling him "Sleepin' Joe". Pence said that the president's work on the economy has benefited not only the entire country, but also Elkhart specifically.

In Indiana, sitting Congressmen Luke Messer and Todd Rokita, along with businessman Mike Braun, have been dueling for the right to take on Joe Donnelly in November by claiming to be the most supportive of the president's agenda.

"I'm Indiana's hired help in the Senate because I don't work for any president or any political party - I work for Hoosiers, and that will never change", he said. "They came out with respect".

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"I'll promise you, when it comes to that wall, we're going to build it all", Pence said. "History shows that when you win the presidency, three years later ... We're not getting complacent". "Indiana will deliver again when we send Mike Braun to the US Senate". Braun advances to a November matchup with Democrat Joe Donnelly, who is considered one of the Senate's most vulnerable incumbents.

The photo op was at first less than ideal, with Braun appearing to try to get the president's attention for a handshake as the new GOP Senate nominee was speaking, but Braun and Trump eventually got the photo. "Joe Donnelly voted no on tax cuts, no on better health care, and he voted no on canceling job-killing regulations, which may be even more important than those incredible tax cuts", he said.

Trump noted that while the gymnasium can host around 7,000 guests, there were still crowds outside of the venue, unable to get a spot inside. "It's been really good, there's a lot of excitement in the air because the president's coming, it's one of the few opportunities you get the president and vice president both here", said vendor David Dickson.

Notre Dame students were among attendees at the rally and at a nearby counter-protest.

UPDATE: 7:55 p.m. EDT-In the keenly watched race to become the Democratic nominee for OH governor, it appears that the Elizabeth Warren-backed Richard Cordray is going to get the better of Dennie Kucinich, who has been backed by supporters of independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.

Though the White House political operation has struggled to find its footing, the president himself - who loved the frenzied and energetic rallies of his own 2016 presidential bid - has expressed eagerness to hit the campaign trail.

"Everybody in this room, because you're from in, you understand life". "But we understand that's how these kinds of things go". "For me, it's always about West Virginia", Manchin says, wearing blue jeans and standing near the monument to a 1968 West Virginia coal mine disaster that killed 78 miners, including Manchin's uncle.

"The Democrats, who are just obstructionists - that's all they can do - have had a lock on the Hispanic vote...and the African American vote".

"I'm a businessman and an outsider, just like our president".

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