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Trump reiterates call for death penalty for drug dealers

12 March 2018

Republicans privately agree, even as they look to pin the blame mostly on Saccone and downplay what it would mean to lose a deep red, culturally conservative district after a brutal loss in an Alabama Senate race late previous year, a beat-down in Virginia's gubernatorial race, dozens of losses of state legislative seats and a number of close calls in House special elections.

"We need our Congressman Saccone", Trump said, unabashedly framing the race as a tune-up for the GOP's efforts to maintain its control of Capitol Hill. He also touted five points of his experience - education, diplomacy, the military, global business and government - that he said will help Trump advance his agenda in Washington.

President Trump is holding a campaign rally outside of Pittsburgh on Saturday night to boost Republican congressional candidate Rick Saccone, who has been struggling to lock up a special election in a district Trump won by almost 20 points in the 2016 election. "You'd be so bored", said Trump.

Having campaigned on the tariff issue, Trump said the duties are created to counter bad trade deals and revive manufacturing jobs that have gone overseas. But, as he holds a CLF campaign push card that urges him to "Stop Hillary" and "Stop Pelosi", he adds, "I'm not voting for a liberal". "I might like him".

Trump went on to suggest "a drug dealer will kill 2,000, 3,000, 5,000 people in the course of his or her life".

Utah's 3rd district, vacated by Republican Rep. Jason Chaffetz, who now works at Fox News, was won by Republican Rep. John Curtis in November.

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Lamb raised more than four times as much money as his opponent as of February 21, according to Federal Elections Commission documents. A moderate, Lamb is personally opposed to abortion, not in favor of a ban on assault rifles, and has stated that he wouldn't support Nancy Pelosi as the Democrats' House leader. He also avoids criticizing Trump.

'Your steel is coming back.

Republicans have pumped millions of outside dollars into the race, overwhelming the Democrats by seven to one, Yenerall said.

The president criticized Democrats for blocking his long-promised border wall and attacked so-called sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration authorities.

On North Korea, Trump used his familiar refrain of, "Let's see what happens", just days after it was announced that he intends to meet directly with Kim Jong Un in the hopes of achieving the permanent denuclearization of the rogue regime. And he called Meet The Press anchor Chuck Todd "sleepy eyes" and referred to Todd as "sleeping" before piling on a vulgar insult to refer to the seasoned D.C. journalist.

But, it's also about Lamb's style and charisma, Republicans say.

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Voters in the state's 18th congressional district tomorrow elect a new member of Congress. Trump asked. "The only way to solve the drug problem is through toughness".

But after a contentious - even toxic - first year, the Trump political brand is being tested.

The Pennsylvania special election is to replace Republican Rep. Tim Murphy, who resigned past year amid revelations of an extramarital affair in which the anti-abortion lawmaker urged his mistress to get an abortion when he thought she was pregnant.

Since then, Trump has not held any official campaign rallies, although he did name his new campaign manager last month, Brad Parscale. We have to have him, " he said. State Rep. Rick Saccone (R) has run a lackluster campaign.

Trump posted to Twitter Friday night saying, "Big crowd expected in Moon Township", where the president is expected to talk about tax reform, the economy and Saccone, 60, a state representative from Elizabeth and an Air Force veteran.

And the president has been hit by a legal suit from adult actress Stormy Daniels, who says she had a sexual liaison with the president in 2006.

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Trump reiterates call for death penalty for drug dealers