Trump holds rally in Pennsylvania for Republican candidate

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Cindy Ireland came to President Trump's rally in Moon Township, Pennsylvania Saturday night hoping to hear more about a solution for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) recipients. Mr. Trump easily won the district, but said, "It's a insane time out there". "I know he's a busy man".

"He's OK. He's all right", Trump said of Lamb.

"Lamb is a candidate who has a background, really, out of central casting - military service, prosecutor, young, energetic", said Mike DeVanney, a GOP consultant based in Pittsburgh. "I like the wall". "Some people might say that doesn't bode well, but I think it's good to see this many people were here and couldn't get in".

"We need him. We need Republicans".

Since then, Trump has not held any official campaign rallies, although he did name his new campaign manager last month, Brad Parscale.

Trump rallied outside Pittsburgh for state Rep. Rick Saccone ahead of Tuesday's special congressional election for a seat in the heart of America's steel industry, where Trump beat Hillary Clinton by 20 percentage points in 2016.

The seat became vacant when Representative Tim Murphy, a Republican and abortion opponent, resigned in October after it was learned that he had encouraged a woman he was having an affair with to terminate her pregnancy. The Republican National Committee has spent more than $1 million on its own operation that was expected to reach 250,000 targeted voters - either by phone or in person - by election day, said RNC spokesman Rick Gorka.

Both candidates in Pennsylvania's 18th District, Democrat Conor Lamb and Republican Rick Saccone (suh-KOHN'), have endorsed the tariffs.

"They're opening a lot of the steel mills up because of what I did", he said.

"The world is watching", he said to Saccone, who joined him on stage.

"When he gets in, will he be another puppet?"

"I've already said on the front page of the newspaper that I don't support Nancy Pelosi", Lamb says in the ad. "It's true, true. You know".

While aides pondered details of the meeting - and say it may not happen unless Kim takes affirmative steps - Trump expressed confidence in tweets as well as at the Pennsylvania rally. Other rally attendees echoed the sentiment. "Peace. I think it's time, and I think we've shown great strength". "We've got Donald Trump".

"What else is he gonna say?" "It's little hard to sell tickets when you think you're going to be nuked", Trump said.

Knouse said Saturday that she's voting for Saccone because she feels like Lamb is a "typical liberal" who was "very negative" in the first debate she watched.

Trump also explained that he wants to run against Oprah in 2020 because he knows her "weakness". "I don't know if we're ready - I don't know if this country's ready for it".

"The president and his policies are popular in PA-18", said Alexander.

Trump won the area by almost 20 percentage points little more than a year ago, but polls now suggest that the Republican and Democrat are essentially tied.

Saccone will help him do it, Trump told the crowd of about 5,000 people inside an Atlantic Aviation hangar at Pittsburgh International Airport. Saccone is up by low single digits in most polls, and a recent poll even had Lamb leading.

Trump nearly seemed to get a little defensive about the jab in his speech, reminding the crowd that he attended Wharton. "She wrote an article about me".

Peter Meyers, a professor at the George Washington University School of Law, said he doesn't agree with the idea of adding more capital crimes for drug dealers, but he said it could be a legal approach: "It very likely would be constitutional if they want to do it".