Trump Says He's Fit for Office, Citing Annual Physical Results

Trump Says He's Fit for Office, Citing Annual Physical Results

Trump warns America will become a 'third world country' if he gets impeached

But he says he doesn't want to do anything to hurt Republicans so close to the November midterm elections.

President Donald Trump is set to rally Republicans on Thursday night in Montana behind state auditor Matt Rosendale's bid to oust Democratic Sen.

Most people don't need encouragement to behave appropriately, but to prevent slip-ups, campaigns typically vet people who will be near the president and instruct them on how to avoid being a distraction, experts said. But I say, how can you impeach somebody who has done a great job?

"When I got back there, I knew that I was going to be genuine".

Ivanka Trump and Steve Bannon reportedly clashed over proper White House protocol, and she told him "I'm not a staffer!".

"We doubt that capital markets would collapse if President Trump's administration was endangered, either electorally or indeed legally", William Hobbs, head of investment strategy at Barclays Investment Solutions in London, said in a blog post .

Linfesty told local paper the Billings Gazette that he found out that morning he had been selected to attend the rally and meet the president.

President Donald Trump is taking the Washington debate over his Supreme Court nominee to the homes of two red-state Senate Democrats this week, elevating Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation as a political litmus test for voters.

Trump said that "today's Democrat [sic] party was held hostage by haters" but then said that even the "haters" were on his side about the op-ed.

He said prior to attending the rally the were told the had to be enthusiastic and tried to get him to wear the presidents famous MAGA hat, which he refused.

And if Democrats do pursue Trump's impeachment, he told the crowd, "it's your fault because you didn't go out to vote". Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) pounced. "By the way, we're impeaching him". He won the state in 2016 by 21 percentage points - a larger margin than Mitt Romney's 14 points in 2012 and McCain's 2 points in 2008. The ad accuses Tester of misrepresenting himself to voters by claiming to be for gun rights but voting in favor of Supreme Court justices favored by gun-control advocates like Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor while voting against Neil Gorsuch.

Trump said a debate on border security and immigration will take place after the elections, "when hopefully it will be easier because we'll have more Republicans". Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, where Trump planned to appear Friday. Trump is in Fargo to speak at a fundraiser.

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