Trump advertises Baghdadi “one-way ticket to hell’ ahead of crucial elections in Kentucky, Virginia, Mississippi

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At a rally on friendly turf in Kentucky on Monday evening, President Trump urged what he called “evil majority” of voters have a strong “signal” to the Democrats and the world, by the Republican candidates, the great victories in Tuesday’s gubernatorial race, as well as the Central, country-wide elections in Virginia and Mississippi.

The result of the showdown in Kentucky — as well as the gubernatorial races in Mississippi and state races in Virginia — could serve as a barometer of whether or not trump still has the proven ability to rally Republicans at the voting booth in the midst of Democrats ‘” ongoing impeachment inquiry. Top Democrats have recognized that Trump helped influence, the GOP-sweep key House special election in North Carolina in September.

In the midst of chants of “USA,” Trump tried to use it to boost his performance in office, the rally Gov. Matt Bevin on Monday. At one point, Trump recalled that the American special forces, had only “made available, the world’s number one terrorist, a one-way ticket to hell” in a colorful reference to the former ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.


The President stood in front of crowds of visitors to to with “read the minutes!” – shirts — a reference to the White house readout of the Trump in July-call with Ukraine, the leader called on the Democrats to start a law enforcement investigation, even as the Republicans insist, the conversation was harmless.

“The Democrats are trying to tear our country apart,” Trump said, that the partisans had joined “Russia hoax” and the “Müller fraud. … And then, Mr. Miller testified. It was a wonderful day for me,” referring to statements by former special counsel.

Call The ” Washington Post “disgusting” Trump noted that the paper had reported that the charge was only 19 minutes — after he took office. (“At the moment, the new commander-in-chief read was sworn in, to build a campaign that went to public support for his removal from office live,” the Post piece.)


Trump claimed that the Democrats were “crazy” and obsessed with the Russian conspiracy theories, notes that Hillary Clinton claimed presidential candidate, Tulsi Gabbard, also a Democrat, was considered to be “maintained” to a “Russian capital.”

To increase thousands of Fans lined outside the Rupp Arena in Lexington several hours in advance of the rally, Bevin, has been locked in a dead heat with attorney General, Andy Beshear, a Democrat.


Trump carried Kentucky by 30 points, if he won the presidency in 2016, and remained very popular there. However, Bevin, some of the supporters, the press to cut state pension programs, and hammering, public-school-teachers for striking-including his proposal has estranged, that the striking teachers indirectly bore responsibility for the shooting of a 7-year-old girl who stayed at home because of school closures.

“This is a lot of really smells like flavored vape.”

— Louisville Courier-Journal reporter Joe Sonka

“The biggest threat to our nation that we are so blessed,” Bevin told the participants as a trump on the way to the arena. “We have it so good that we literally can’t afford the luxury to care. Let the not on our watch. We have to go to the polls tomorrow and let our voices will be heard.”

Daniel Cameron, the bound GOP nomination for Kentucky attorney general, the election to the Democrats ” ongoing impeachment investigation against the President-and said to the voters, you should send a certain message to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif

“This is our President, and we will never let you take him out of this country”, says Cameron.

While Trump supporters resort, about 50 vaping dominated outside of the event, supporters wore “We vape, we choose” T-shirts hoisted and “Lock him up” – sign, the Louisville Courier-Journal reported. The President has supported a ban of flavored vaping products.

“This is a lot of really smells like flavored vape” declared the Courier-Journal’s Joe Sonka.

Other protesters unfurled a huge “Baby trump” – balloon. Similar balloons have seen that a number of stocking events in the world.

Bevin has been a long time, his connections with the President to be advantageous for Kentucky. Trump was the headline in the Louisville fundraiser for Bevin last summer.

Beshear has to win to state questions and Bevin ‘ s feud with the formation of groups in its offer, in Kentucky.

Meanwhile, Vice-President Mike Pence campaigned earlier on Monday in Mississippi for the Republican nomination for Governor.

“Mississippi and America need to be Tate Reeves, the next Governor of the great state of Mississippi,” Pence said hundreds of people on the Mississippi Gulf Coast Coliseum. “Tate Reeves, Mississippi. He is a strong conservative.”


At times, the Reeves-event sound in Biloxi as a rally for Trump. People jumped to their feet and shouted, “four more years” when Pence relayed greetings from trump.

The President campaigned for Reeves on Friday in Tupelo.

Reeves was in his second term as Vice-Governor. The Democrat seeking the Governor’s office, Jim Hood, his fourth as attorney General; the hood has more financial resources than any other Democrat in Mississippi-race in less than a generation.

You are on the ballot on Tuesday, along with two lesser-known candidates. The winner of the Republican Gov. Phil Bryant, is limited by state law would succeed, two conditions.

Mississippi was Governor locked up in the competitive race since 2003, as a Republican, the state of the last Democrats to hold the Governor’s office. Reeves and hood were to spend millions of dollars, with the support of the national governors’ groups of the two parties.

The this year’s race marks a dramatic change from four years ago, when the Democrat was a long-truck-drivers who do not vote for in the primary, raised a little money and lost the General election by a wide margin.

Republicans held the governorship in Mississippi for 24 of the last 28 years.

Separately, the President, the rays of Louisiana, acting Gov. John Bel Edwards, a Democrat, was forced, in a Nov. 16 runoff election against Republican businessman Eddie Rispone in the last month comes a non-partisan primary election, after the close, but ultimately fail, to a majority win.

Trump is led, in order to keep the state on Wednesday, a rally for the Republican Challenger, was also locked in a tight race in the deep-red.

Leah Askarinam, a reporter and analyst with the nonpartisan newsletter Inside elections, pointed out to borders in these increasingly partisan times, the voters might be “willing to cross party when it comes to the management of their individual States.”


To ask “gubernatorial candidates campaign, the state-specific such as the state budget and education funding-and you can cross party lines, without the same kind of political pressure as the Senate candidates, the need to work with a national legislature,” Askarinam said. “We have candidates like John Bel Edwards, the support of the state policy, the limit of abortion access, for example, is much more difficult to take a stance, as a Democrat in the Senate.”

Fox News’ Paul Steinhauser and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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