Trump says he will delay border fight until after midterms

Trump says he will delay border fight until after midterms

During President Donald Trump's rally in Montana, one man's reactions to the speech are prompting national headlines. "Our economy is good". Max Baucus, D-Mont. Kaiser said Tester had demonstrated a "proven bipartisan record of working with this administration when it helps Montana and oppose them when it doesn't".

"I think I know why they removed me".

Senate Republican leaders hope to bring Kavanaugh's confirmation to a vote before the full chamber this month.

During the rally, Trump claimed Democrats would "hurt" Social Security and "kill" Medicare.

Most people don't need encouragement to behave appropriately, but to prevent slip-ups, campaigns typically vet people who will be near the president and instruct them on how to avoid being a distraction, experts said. In his July visit, Trump mocked the #MeToo movement, called Massachusetts Democratic Sen. "They just told me not to come back". Of the five Democrats up for re-election in deep-red states, Tester and Missouri's Claire McCaskill voted against Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court confirmation in 2017, while the others - Indiana's Joe Donnelly, North Dakota's Heidi Heitkamp and West Virginia's Joe Manchin - backed Gorsuch.

But Democrats have already put Trump's ethical issues, temperament and fitness for office at the center of their midterm push, and the scandals that the Republican majority has shrugged off would likely be subjected to more intense investigation. But his prime position was short lived as a member of Team Trump walked up and said: "I'm gonna replace you". Linfesty, who wears a Democratic socialist pin, reacted in real-time to what Trump was saying by raising his eyebrows and mouthing responses. He wanted to see the U.S. president in person as he spoke in his home town, the city of Billings. "By the way, we're impeaching him". We're far past the point where it's become hackneyed to point out that Trump's rambling rants say the exact opposite about his state of mind, but these priceless crowd reactions are exactly the real-world juxtaposition needed to make that point without even directly addressing it at all. Seeking to portray the Montana farmer as a tool of liberal Democrats, Trump said, "Jon Tester talks like he's from Montana, but he votes like he's Nancy Pelosi" - a reference to the House minority leader, a frequent Trump target.

As Kavanaugh's hearings began, Cramer launched an ad attacking Heitkamp for a January procedural vote that effectively blocked legislation to make almost all abortions after 20 weeks illegal.

"Some people thought I was being disrespectful - I was not planning to be disrespectful", Linfesty told ABC Fox Montana.