Published: Fri, October 05, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Trump says Kavanaugh case will drive GOP votes

Trump says Kavanaugh case will drive GOP votes

Franken resigned after several women accusing him of groping or forcibly kissing them.

President Trump also said the confirmation process hasn't gone through because Democrats are stalling, adding he fully supports Kavanaugh.

"We're asking President Trump to live to his promises of more and better jobs in America instead of having our jobs being outsourced", Jerome Frederick said.

The outcome in Minnesota could prove critical as Republicans seek to counter Democratic enthusiasm in the midterm elections.

Speaking in Franken's home state, Trump opined: "That guy was, he was wacky". Tina Smith, who was appointed in Franken's place, would never vote for a wall on the Southern border and would vote for higher taxes.

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"You see what's going on in Congress right now with one of the most respected people potentially, hopefully Supreme Court Justice, Brett Kavanugh", said Trump.

He urged Minnesota voters to vote for Smith's Republican challenger Karin Housley.

He's also criticizing Democrats, saying they "have been trying to destroy Judge Brett Kavanaugh since the very first second he was announced". Trump says he narrowly lost Minnesota in 2016 and hopes to turn it red in a month.

We badly need President Trump's help in Minnesota.

Prior to the rally, Trump's supporters stood for the national anthem. He expressed hope for the future: "I don't think so!"

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