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Trump defended Kavanaugh, mocked Dems for shameful behavior: “Bad things happen” when voters stay home

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President Trump calls judge Kavanaugh, one of the ” best legal minds of our time.”

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, West Virginia.

“America is again said to win, and America will be respected again,” Trump. “We put America first, finally.”

He called out to his profit in the year 2016 “a revolution”, by “the people.”

This latest trump rally helped 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 back to Manchin for the support, criticized Hillary Clinton, Trump Democrat-rival in the 2016 presidential race, as well as for participation in all Senate Democrats in voting against significant tax reductions, the Trump signed into law last year.

“Bad things happen when you sit at home,” he said, requested to get his followers to choose, and the specter of a Democratic party, lifting the control over the levers of government.

Trump accused the liberals of reckless and outrageous tactics to get their way.

Trump said, the Democrats are the party of crime and open borders, and wish to push their policy in socialist territory so that America may wind up in Venezuela, where violence and conflict have sent more than two million people on the run, and Venezuela is the inflation and the suicide rates among the highest in the world.

The democratic party has gone so far, “Pocahontas is considered to be a conservative,” Trump said on sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. Trump repeated Warren has referred to as “Pocahontas,” mocking her claims of Native American heritage.

“We see this terrible, terrible, radical group of Democrats. What happened to just see,” Trump said at the rally in front of thousands of followers.

“And you are determined to return you to power by any means necessary. You see, the meanness, the nastiness. They don’t care who hurt you, to run who you have to get to power.”

Case in point, the President said: the ongoing Washington tussle about his nomination for a Supreme court empty, judge Brett Kavanaugh, whose confirmation has been complicated by a myriad of sexual misconduct allegations.

Trump praised his pick to be condemned and Democrats for what he called their shameless, unseemly behaviour towards the Kavanaugh, which he called “one of the most distinguished legal minds of our time.”

“Thursday, the American people saw the brilliant and truly incredible character, quality and courage of our nomination for the Supreme court of the United States, judge Brett Kavanaugh,” Trump said, referring to the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in the presence of the judge and one of his accusers, a California professor named Christine Blasey Ford.

Reading from his information sheet Trump applause of West Virginians, the 58 percent in favor of Kavanaugh on the nation’s highest court; he noted, 28 percent are against it.

Trump, deny the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, California sen Dianne Feinstein, unconvincingly, that she plays, the letter, told in the Ford of your story.

Feinstein has Democrats in the Committee were the source of the leak.

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

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.

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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