President Donald Trump arrives in OH for rally

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In a raucous rally in Ohio Saturday, Trump asked voters to back state Senator Troy Balderson, the GOP candidate in Tuesday's special election.

"Why would there be a blue wave?" "He said, 'Well, I don't have anything to do with it'". "They want to take away what we've given".

Trump called Balderson "the guy who will do things" and dismissed Balderson's Democratic opponent, Franklin County recorder Danny O'Connor, as a person nobody knows.

Trump tweeted late Friday that James was interviewed "by the dumbest man on television", CNN anchor Don Lemon, but that he "made Lebron look smart, which isn't easy to do". He also avoided the topic at the Balderson rally, which was held just over 100 miles away from OH favorite James' home of Akron, where the new school will be. First lady Melania Trump, in a statement, distanced herself from the broadside, which resembled a racial dog whistle, and praised James' efforts.

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The president also blasted Democrats claiming they're pro-crime specifically calling out California Democrat Maxine Waters. He said journalists are "terrible people". He went on a screed against illegal immigration and exaggerated the threat of violent gangs like MS-13. "And it's driving them insane". The seat opened up when Republican Rep. With Sanford, he mocked the time Sanford vanished to hike "the Tallahassee Trail", which was likely meant to be "the Appalachian Trail".

Trump also brought to the stage OH congressman Jim Jordan, calling him "a tough cookie". Trump said. "What a great defender he's been, what courage".

GOP insiders are becoming increasingly concerned the Donald Trump's visits to battleground states to promote local candidates may be having a negative effect on voters as the president seems more interested in talking about himself than the local candidate in need of a boost at the polls. He also touted his tariff policies and some approval numbers.

Trump was traveling Saturday to OH to hold a rally for state Sen. He travelled to the Columbus area from his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey, where he is in the early stages of an 11-day vacation.

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