President Donald Trump lambasted "Chuck and Nancy" and told supporters in Tennessee at a rally on Tuesday that Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen would do the bidding of Democratic congressional leaders.
People were already lined up for the president's speech Tuesday morning.
Blackburn introduced the House resolution that overturned broadband privacy rules past year, and she has proposed bills that would either eliminate all net neutrality rules entirely or impose restrictions on how the FCC and state governments can regulate net neutrality. She loves your country. Corker once said Trump had turned the White House into an "adult day care center" and the president tweeted that Corker "couldn't get elected dog catcher in Tennessee".
President Donald Trump made his third trip to Nashville since entering office.
Trump also headlined a fundraiser for Blackburn, who is expected to face Democratic former Gov. Phil Bredesen to replace Republican Sen.
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"I never heard of this guy, who is he? He's a tool of Chuck Schumer and of course the MS-13 lover Nancy Pelosi".
Trump continues to campaign for the GOP in a fight to hold onto a 51-49 majority in the US Senate.
Ruhle then fact-checked the commander-in-chief on job growth, wages, border crossings, Trump's proposed wall, African American voting, and global opinion of the United States. "They don't want the wall, they want open borders".
The United States, Mexico and Canada are locked in tortuous negotiations to rework the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and are also seeking to avoid a potential stand-off over US threats to impose steel and aluminum tariffs. "We can't", Trump said in Elkhart, Indiana.
Blackburn, who served on Trump's transition team, has embraced the president and called herself a "hardcore, card-carrying Tennessee conservative". "We need Marsha in the Senate to continue the wonderful progress and work that we've done over the previous year and a half". He trounced Hillary Clinton there in 2016, winning 61% of the vote to Clinton's 35%.