'Not Now, Not Ever': Mexico's Leader Responds to Trump's Border Wall Remark

'Not Now, Not Ever': Mexico's Leader Responds to Trump's Border Wall Remark

'Not Now, Not Ever': Mexico's Leader Responds to Trump's Border Wall Remark

"I've never heard of him", describing the businessman and politician as "very liberal" and a "tool".

Trump travelled to Nashville, Tennessee, as he steps up his efforts to stop Democrats aiming to regain control of the House or Senate - if not both.

Trump criticized Bredesen for being backed by national Democrats, including the Senate and House leaders. Remember? I said they're animals, and she said, 'How dare you say that, how dare you say that?' Have you seen what they've done?

Corker, who has publicly criticized the President, announced a year ago he would not seek re-election. Trump says he was referring to MS-13 gang members when he used the term. But Trump ramped up his original rhetoric on immigration and MS-13 on Thursday night, nonetheless, even returning to some of his tried and true favorites from the presidential campaign trail. "They're not human beings".

Blackburn thanked Trump for his endorsement and said that "he's had an awesome 18 months" in part because he has "repeal [ed] a record number of regulations".

"What was the name?" he then asked of the crowd, to which the rally-goers chanted: "Animals!"

Trump is popular in Tennessee too.

On "America's Newsroom", Rep. David Schweikert (R-Ariz.) said border security is a critical issue that Republicans should run on heading into November's midterm elections. A recent Vanderbilt University poll showed that Trump has a 53% approval rating, with 43% disapproving of his performance.

Mr. Trump is expected to continue to campaign around the country to help elect or reelect Republicans, as Republicans hope to increase, or at least hold, their majority in the Senate.

Blackburn, who served on Trump's transition team, has embraced the president and called herself a "hardcore, card-carrying Tennessee conservative".

President Donald Trump made his third trip to Nashville since entering office.

During another particularly raucous moment of the rally, the audience booed Sen. He has recently hit the road to rail against endangered Senate Democrats, including Indiana's Joe Donnelly and West Virginia's Joe Manchin.

President Trump tried out his own midterm playbook Tuesday at a campaign rally in Tennessee by ramping up his rhetoric on illegal immigration and gang-related crimes.

He blamed the Mexican government for a recent caravan of Central American migrants who arrived at the U.S. border seeking asylum.

"They make all of this money, and they do absolutely nothing to stop people from going through Mexico, from Honduras and all these other countries".

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