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Trump brings ‘Make America Great Again” rally, West Virginia

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President Trump’s campaign in West Virginia exams before the year 2018.

President Trump is once again stumping for GOP congressional candidates, and advertises achievements of his MAGA, this time on a Saturday night rally in Wheeling.

This latest trump rally to help mobilize support for the GOP candidates, including U.S. Senate candidate Patrick Morrisey, the state attorney General. Morrisey is a challenge to the democratic incumbent Joe Manchin, who election battle in a state Trump won a difficult re-with 42 percentage points in 2016.

Trump reported recently visited West Virginia a month ago, at a rally in Charleston, as KDKA.

The President has maintained popularity in West Virginia, and several times has visited since taking office.

At the same time, he has high help screwed efforts, the Republicans retain control of the Senate, with the last stations in Nevada and Missouri.

A Problem that may come to the fore in his speech at today’s rally of the ongoing Washington tussle about his nomination for a Supreme court empty, judge Brett Kavanaugh. The rally comes a day after he reversed course and ordered a new FBI investigation of Kavanaugh, who is dogged by allegations of sexual misconduct.

The Federal appeals court judge denies the allegations. But as Fox News reported the FBI has the fast-track investigation has begun, with the Bureau with the cooperation of the judges of the second Prosecutor, Deborah Ramirez is looking for.

Evangelical leaders in contact with the White house have quiet an influence campaign designed, launched, to the rally-1.5 million Evangelical voters behind Kavanaugh on five key States: West Virginia, Missouri, Indiana, Florida and North Dakota.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

 

Frank Miles is a reporter and editor cover geopolitics, military, crime, technology, and sports for FoxNews.com. His E-Mail is Frank.Miles@foxnews.com.

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