President Donald Trump has taken his show on the road on Saturday, appearing in Las Vegas to boost the campaign of Sen. Dean Heller (R) who hopes to hold onto his seat in the midterm elections.
Trump’s roadshow is his second this week after throwing out conservative red meat to a predominately white crowd in Duluth, Minnesota on Wednesday.
Heller is locked in a tight race with his Democratic opponent Rep. Jacky Rosen.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval (R) will not attending any of the Trump events in Las Vegas as he’s on a trade mission in Spain.
You can watch video of the event below:
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“Your unprecedented actions have left the president with no choice,” said the letter, signed by Pat A. Cipollone, the White House counsel. “In order to fulfill his duties to the American people, the Constitution, the executive branch and all future occupants of the office of the presidency, President Trump and his administration cannot participate in your partisan and unconstitutional inquiry under these circumstances.”
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On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that top diplomats were instructed to keep quiet about the temporary freeze on the $141 million package of aid to Ukraine.
“Keep moving, people, nothing to see here,” Brad Freden, the State Department’s acting deputy assistant secretary of Europe and Eurasia, said in an email.
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A slew of damning revelations exposed Thursday show President Donald Trump has engaged in massive wrongdoing–including threatening to execute the whistleblower who lodged an official complaint over his conduct with the President of Ukraine.
Conservative columnist Jennifer Rubin has been a frequent critic of Republicans who back President Donald Trump no matter what he does. But now more than ever, she writes, supporting Trump is beyond that pale.
"Republican lawmakers, conservative pundits and lawyers who argue that there is nothing of significance in the rough transcript of the July 25 call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky effectively ask that we ignore the words on the page," Rubin writes.