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Trump Rallies With Limbaugh, ‘Super-Elites’ (11:22 p.m.)
Bloomburg says By Toluse Olorunnipa
President Donald Trump kicked off his last day of campaigning before elections that will determine control of Congress, as he tweeted support for Republican candidates and condemned their Democratic opponents.Trump held the last of more than 30 campaign rallies in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Lee Greenwood sang “God Bless the U.S.A.” live and conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh introduced Trump.
The president announced that his 2020 campaign slogan will be “Keep America Great.” He called himself and his supporters “the super-elites,” and in an apparent appeal to women voters, invited three female advisers to join him on stage — White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, senior adviser Kellyanne Conway, and Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel.
It was his second stop in Missouri in less than a week. Trump hopes to help state Attorney General Josh Hawley defeat Senator Claire McCaskill, a Democrat.
Before the rally, Trump said in an interview with Fox News’s Sean Hannity that the military was building “barbed wire fences” and is doing “a lot of trenching” on the U.S. border of Mexico. He deployed thousands of soldiers last week to stop a so-called “caravan” of migrants still hundreds of miles away, an action his opponents have called a political stunt.
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