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Donald Trump in Minnesota: Sen. Al Franken Folded 'Like A Wet Rag'
05 October 2018, 05:00 | Charlene Valdez
Kavanaugh bump? GOP fights for new energy as vote nears
Earlier Thursday, before Trump supporters arrived by the thousands, opponents took to the streets of Rochester and rallied against the president's policies.
"Hello Minnesota - great state, I'm thrilled to be back in the homeland with some fantastic, patriots - you know that", said President Trump.
However, they seem so ill-timed, with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's nomination teetering between success and failure, that Republican Senate candidate Karin Housley reportedly made a pointed comment when she took the microphone.
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith was appointed by Minnesota's governor to succeed Franken. "Geez", she said to Trump.
Republican state Senator Karin Housley (above) is running for Franken's old US Seanate seat in Minnesota. Trump says he narrowly lost Minnesota in 2016 and hopes to turn it red in a month.
President Trump also said the confirmation process hasn't gone through because Democrats are stalling, adding he fully supports Kavanaugh. Democrats "are trying to destroy Judge Brett Kavanaugh from the very first second he was announced".
"1972 it hasn't been won I said - no look at the crowds they love it", said Trump.
After touching down at a crowd at Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport before the rally, Trump briefly addressed a crowd of 100 supporters who gathered on the tarmac. He expressed hope for the future: "I don't think so!"
Addison Russell Suspended 40 Games
Major League Baseball has said it began an investigation a year ago after allegations first became public. Russell will not appeal the suspension, per the announcement.
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However, it is also completely possible that the Bloomberg report is wrong or at least not completely factually correct. Apple and Amazon are among U.S. companies and agencies who have had data stolen by Chinese spies, claims Bloomberg .
Trump helped parents hide money on tax returns
In total, the president's father and mother transferred over $1 billion to their children, according to the newspaper's tally. Soon after graduating college, Trump was earning the equivalent in today's dollars of $1 million annually from his father.