Donald Trump Plans Aggressive Campaign for Mid-term Elections

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The memo says Trump has raised $83 million for House candidates running for re-election this year, and that he has campaigned with House candidates in 18 competitive or open seat districts since August 1.

In the closing days of Florida's high-stakes races for governor and US senator, President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama will try to rally the Republican and Democratic faithful in the state.

Given that the two chambers are going to be crucial in fulfilling his political agenda as he goes for re-election in 2020, Trump for the past several weeks has been campaigning several days a week in support of the Republican party.

"President Obama knows what's at stake in this election -- protections for people with pre-existing conditions, funding for public schools, and leadership to restore our environment", Gillum said in a prepared statement released Monday morning by the Florida Democratic Party. That includes rallies scheduled this week in Missouri and West Virginia, which also have closely watched U.S. Senate races.

Trump will travel to Missouri, West Virginia, Montana, Indiana, Ohio, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida in the final days before the November 6 vote, the official said.

Trump renews attacks on media as ‘the true Enemy of the People’
He is planning an aggressive campaign schedule during the final days leading up to the November 6 elections. Throughout his Republican campaign and presidency, Trump has been an unrelenting critic of the media.

On Saturday, the president returns to Florida for a MAGA rally at Pensacola International Airport in the Panhandle.

Almost 13.3 million people are registered to vote in Florida, and so far, more than 2.7 million have voted in the midterm elections.

Vice President Mike Pence appeared Thursday at a rally for DeSantis in Jacksonville -- another region that has been a Republican stronghold.

Obama has been turning up regularly on the campaign trail this fall and he often campaign on behalf of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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