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President Donald Trump is on the way to Las Vegas on Saturday, to expand Fundraising for disadvantaged Nevada Republican Sen., Dean Heller, as part of the efforts, the Senate majority — something the President this week as part of the fight with the Democrats over immigration.

Trump is on the way to the glittering city for a private fundraiser, as well as a keynote address at the Nevada GOP Convention. It is also expected that the adoption of a separate roundtable event to promote the tax-reform bill in December.

Heller is the only Republican senator, seeking re-election in a state won by trump in 2016 rival Hillary Clinton. This is one of the most carefully watched races as Republicans look to expand their 51-49 majority in the Senate.

He faced Democrat Jacky Rosen, who has outraised and outspent Brighter so far, the race in November.

Trump is likely to receive a warm welcome from Republican leaders on the field of battle.

Sen., Dean Heller is one of the most vulnerable Republicans in the midterm elections in 2018.

(AP)

“It is an honor, a sitting Republican President to visit our political parties,” state GOP leader Greg Bailor of the Las Vegas Review said Journal. “I am very honored to be the President visit my home-state. It is a great day for me and for our employees.”

However, Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval is not to each of the Trump events, because he reported on a delegation trip to Spain, the Review-Journal.

Trump sat down this week in Minnesota and will do it next week, with stops in South Carolina, and North Dakota. His visit comes as he is called, the “red wave” to passing an immigration bill in Congress, while rails against the requirement for 60 votes to break a filibuster.

TRUMP SAYS REQUIRES A ‘RED WAVE’ TO PASS IMMIGRATION BILL ON ‘DISABILITY’ DEMOCRATS

“Republicans should stop wasting your time on immigration, only then, if we choose, more senators and congressmen/women in November, the” Trump tweeted. “Dems are not the only games that have the intention to do something, this decades solves old problem. We have great legislation to the Red wave can happen!”

The Republicans should stop wasting your time on immigration, only then, if we choose, more senators and congressmen/women in November. Dems are not the only games that have the intention to do something, this decades solves old problem. We have great legislation to the Red wave can happen!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 22, 2018

GOP leaders pulled an immigration bill from consideration late on Thursday and pushed to a vote in the next week. But while trump has been invited, to discuss Democrats to the White house, the immigration, he has also indicated that it was pointless to back a Republican will be elected.

Even if we 100% of the Republican votes in the Senate, we need to get 10 Democrats to vote in a much-needed immigration Bill & the Dems are obstruction ists that is not the vote for political reasons & because they do not care about the crime from the border. So we need to elect more R’s!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 22, 2018

“Even if we 100% of the Republican votes in the Senate, we need to get 10 Democrats to vote in a much-needed immigration Bill & the Dems are obstruction ists that is not the vote for political reasons & because they do not care about the crime of the border!”, he said. “So we need to elect more R’s!”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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