Trump Tells Supporters It'll Be 'Your Fault' If He Gets Impeached

President Donald Trump looks to GOP Senate candidate Matt Rosendale giving him the thumbs-up during a rally at the Four Seasons Arena at Montana ExpoPark in Great Falls Mont. Montana State Auditor Rosendale has

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"Very important thing", Trump said to the crowd.

"It's embarrassing to watch those people make fools of themselves as they scream and shout at this great gentleman", Trump said after three days of hearings on Kavanaugh's nomination. "I honor our national anthem, and most of the people in this country feel the same way".

"The forward momentum of the world economy, and therefore its capital markets, has little to do with the actions of the White House, past, present or future in our opinion", he added.

"This election, you aren't just voting for a candidate, you are voting for which party controls Congress", the President said.

Trump told the crowd at the close of the rally to "get out and vote Republican", Fox News said.

Democrats hope to ride a wave of anger among liberals toward Trump to take back control of at least the House, while Republicans aim to keep control of the House and the Senate, partly to protect the president from possible impeachment proceedings and congressional investigations.

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Younger Americans are said to strongly support Kaepernick's protest, and they are the biggest consumers of Nike products. Nike's stock price fell by almost 4% when Kaepernick first revealed he was fronting the campaign on social media.

Trump's staff seems to know how to deal with protesters at this point.

Trump was flying from Montana to North Dakota to attend a fundraiser for Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer, Heitkamp's opponent, when he spoke to reporters accompanying him on the trip, part of an intense campaign schedule Trump has planned through the November 6 elections. "But if it does happen, it's your fault because you didn't go out to vote". Cramer has been a fervent supporter of Trump, who remains popular in North Dakota. Let's say a Democrat gets elected. and let's say we have a Republican House.

At another point, a Twitter poster noticed, after Trump says, "We've picked up a lot of support", the man in the plaid shirt mouths the words, "Have you?"

Earlier this year, Tester released unsubstantiated, anonymous allegations against Jackson that accused him of on-the-job drunkenness, overprescribing medication and fostering a hostile work environment.

"It is a hell of a place in Washington", Trump said.

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