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President Trump unleashed his enemies during a Wednesday evening rally in Monroe, Louisiana

President Trump fully addressed his list of enemies – Democrats, the news media, the whistleblower – at a meeting in Monroe, Louisiana, when he tried to strengthen the candidate of the Republican governor.

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& # 39; Democrats are becoming totalitarian & # 39 ;, Trump raged. & # 39; Suppression of dissidence, defamation of the innocent, elimination of the right process, staging of show trials and trying to overthrow American democracy to impose their socialist agenda. & # 39;

He called the current investigation into allegations a & # 39; scam & # 39; and scolded the whistleblower, saying that they were helped by & # 39; the sleaze behind & # 39; pointing to the pack of reporters on the press risers.

& # 39; They have the guts out of our country, & # 39; he said about his list of bad people.

And while the investigation into accusation is central to whether the president put pressure on the Ukrainian leader – by holding military aid and a visit to the White House – to investigate Joe and Hunter Biden, the president also went after them.

On Hunter Biden, Trump cracked: & # 39; In Louisiana, you would not have hired him to be with your energy companies. They would have paid to damn him out. & # 39;

The president called a child into the crowd and asked about his age.

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& # 39; He is eight, & # 39; said Trump. & # 39; He knows energy better than Joe Biden's son. & # 39;

Trump also claimed that Democrats & # 39; slow, Sleepy Biden tried to hide & # 39 ;.

President Trump unleashed his enemies during a Wednesday evening rally in Monroe, Louisiana

President Trump unleashed his enemies during a Wednesday evening rally in Monroe, Louisiana

Trump's rally came the day after his choice for the governor of Kentucky went down. He is now trying to convince Republican Eddie Rispone in a race against the established Democratic Louisiana government, John Bel Edwards.

& # 39; I am here to vote early, & # 39; Trump said to the roaring crowd. & # 39; You're going to replace a radical, liberal democrat as your governor, & # 39; said the president.

The president sold Rispone as a political outsider like him – and said they agreed on issues such as border security, being pro-life, and the second amendment.

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& # 39; He will cut your car insurance in two, & # 39; Trump also threw.

Trump bobbed in and out about the race at hand – and his biggest hits.

He took the & # 39; team & # 39; and pointed out that & # 39; one of these madmen & # 39; now thinks the world has only 11 years, thanks to global warming.

The president has often left after the congress four consisting of representatives Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib.

On Wednesday evening, he also brought liberal actress Jane Fonda into the fight. She is arrested every week in D.C. to make a comment about climate change.

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& # 39; She always has handcuffs, & # 39; Trump remarked. & # 39; Jane Fonda, nothing changes. They arrest her every 25 years. & # 39;

Edwards failed to get the 50 percent he needed for a clean win in a primary Louisiana last month. Now he will compete in a run-off on November 16 against the Republican top voter, Rispone.

President Trump is holding a series of meetings, such as that Wednesday in Louisiana, to convince Republican gubernatorial candidates. Here he is photographed in Lexington, Kentucky, where he tried GOP Gov. Give Matt Bevin a bump

President Trump is holding a series of meetings, such as that Wednesday in Louisiana, to convince Republican gubernatorial candidates. Here he is photographed in Lexington, Kentucky, where he tried GOP Gov. Give Matt Bevin a bump

President Trump is holding a series of meetings, such as that Wednesday in Louisiana, to convince Republican gubernatorial candidates. Here he is photographed in Lexington, Kentucky, where he tried GOP Gov. Give Matt Bevin a bump

A giant American flag is being hoisted outside the Monroe Civic Center on Wednesday awaiting the president's arrival. A Jumbotron was also outside for its crowded crowd. Upon his arrival, a few dozen demonstrators were shouting across the street: & # 39; Shut him up! & # 39;

A giant American flag is being hoisted outside the Monroe Civic Center on Wednesday awaiting the president's arrival. A Jumbotron was also outside for its crowded crowd. Upon his arrival, a few dozen demonstrators were shouting across the street: & # 39; Shut him up! & # 39;

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A giant American flag is being hoisted outside the Monroe Civic Center on Wednesday awaiting the president's arrival. A Jumbotron was also outside for its crowded crowd. Upon his arrival, a few dozen demonstrators were shouting across the street: & # 39; Shut him up! & # 39;

West Monroe, Louisiana & # 39; s own Willie Robertson of & # 39; Duck Dynasty & # 39; Celebrity served as a warm-up act for President Trump Wednesday night

West Monroe, Louisiana & # 39; s own Willie Robertson of & # 39; Duck Dynasty & # 39; Celebrity served as a warm-up act for President Trump Wednesday night

West Monroe, Louisiana & # 39; s own Willie Robertson of & # 39; Duck Dynasty & # 39; Celebrity served as a warm-up act for President Trump Wednesday night

Willie Robertson of the reality TV show & # 39; Duck Dynasty & # 39; came to support President Trump in Monroe, Louisiana

Willie Robertson of the reality TV show & # 39; Duck Dynasty & # 39; came to support President Trump in Monroe, Louisiana

Willie Robertson of the reality TV show & # 39; Duck Dynasty & # 39; came to support President Trump in Monroe, Louisiana

Willie Robertson takes pictures with a Trump supporter for the Wednesday evening rally in Monroe, Louisiana
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Willie Robertson takes pictures with a Trump supporter for the Wednesday evening rally in Monroe, Louisiana

Willie Robertson takes pictures with a Trump supporter for the Wednesday evening rally in Monroe, Louisiana

Trump tries to reach his average after going 1-1 against the Democrats last night.

In Kentucky, Democrat Andy Beshear won a victory against incumbent Republican Government Matt Bevin. Beshear's lead of around 5,000 votes is so thin that Bevin has so far refused to give in. There is no automatic recount threshold in Kentucky.

On Wednesday morning, Trump pointed out that Bevin & # 39; has picked up at least 15 points in recent days, but may not be enough. & # 39;

& # 39; Fake News will blame Trump! & # 39; the president also offered, trying to make it a point that Bevin was a loser who still contributed to a hump by Trump.

Trump was successful in helping the Republican Tate Reeves with 5.5 points in the race of the governor of Mississippi.

President Trump is photographed as he leaves the White House on Wednesday while on his way to a demonstration in Monroe, Louisiana

President Trump is photographed as he leaves the White House on Wednesday while on his way to a demonstration in Monroe, Louisiana

President Trump is photographed as he leaves the White House on Wednesday while on his way to a demonstration in Monroe, Louisiana

Hood had risen slightly in the polls through October, but at the end of the month, Reeves started to run faster.

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Trump visited Tupelo, Mississippi for a rough rally on Friday.

On Monday he was in Lexington, Kentucky for Bevin, but it was too little, too late.

Local media already report that the Wednesday evening meeting in Louisiana is not the last stop of the president in the state for the elections in ten days.

Rep. Mike Johnson, a Louisiana republican, confirmed on his Facebook page that Trump would be holding a rally on November 14 in Bossier City, near Shreveport.

Trump said so much during the rally.

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& # 39; I think I'll be back here on Thursday, you believe, I'm doing a double & # 39 ;, said the president.

Trump had already been to Louisiana to take this race into account.

The president held a meeting in Lake Charles on October 11 and instructed supporters to select one of the republican races to rob Edwards of that much-needed 50 percent.

It worked, Edwards got 46.6. percent of the votes and Rispone earned 27.4 percent on October 12. The Louisiana rules allow the two best candidates, regardless of the party, to generally run into each other.

The most recent poll, by Edgewater Research on 30 October, indicated that this race would probably be a nail bite. Edwards led the way with 50 percent support, with Rispone behind him with 3 points, with a margin of error of 4 points.

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