President TrumpDonald John TrumpCrowley stunner tops huge night for left Trump congratulates Romney on primary win Judge orders Trump admin to begin reuniting immigrant families MORE offered a new label for his supporters at a campaign rally on Wednesday night, dubbing them the "super elite". "We don't have enough". A few hundred protesters, many of them clutching signs, rallied outside Scheels Arena, but they were outnumbered by supporters who also greeted Trump's motorcade and waited outside the rally.
However, he has also at times praised Heitkamp - including at a September 2017 event in North Dakota, where Trump called Heitkamp a "good woman" and invited her onstage. Heitkamp did vote to support Trump-appointed Justice Neil Gorsuch past year.
"I've heard her say, "Gee, I voted with him 55% of the time.' Can you imagine going home and telling your wife, 'I've been faithful to you 55% of the time"?"
Democratic U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, March 17, 2018, in Grand Forks, N.D.
The president is riding a winning streak with his endorsements.
Trump met with the Judiciary Committee chairman, Republican Chuck Grassley of Iowa, plus Senators Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Joe Manchin of West Virginia, Joe Donnelly of IN and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said IN a tweet.
In South Carolina on Monday night, Mr. Trump showed the strength of his coattails with a rally that helped push Gov. Henry McMaster across the finish line in a GOP runoff election the following day.
Crowley's loss was a shocking defeat.
He referred to Crowley, a Trump critic, as a "slovenly man" who "got his ass kicked by a young woman who had a lot of energy".
"I don't answer to a political party or president", she said. Chuck Schumer of NY, the Democratic leader, after voting against a 20-week ban on abortions.
Then the president begged Democrats to "please, please" keep Pelosi as their party leader 'and please keep Maxine Waters on the air as your face and your mouthpiece for the Democrat Party'.
President Donald Trump is lashing out at critics who have made threats against Homeland Security Department workers and called for the abolition of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Trump also warned that if ICE were eliminated, the country would be "overrun with the worst criminal elements you have ever seen". We will not tolerate attacks on our law enforcement.
When called up to speak, Cramer thanked Trump for moving to roll back Obama-era regulations, cutting taxes and "on behalf of the most vulnerable forgotten people, the unborn babies, thank you for standing for life". Trump won North Dakota by a large margin in 2016.
Soon after Trump's 2016 win, he invited Heitkamp to NY to discuss a Cabinet post, and she has said he tried to persuade her to switch parties.
But the president defended his aggressive trade policy, claiming that "disastrous trade deals" had "plundered our wealth, gutted our communities, undermined our great farmers [and] taken our jobs".
He once compared opposing a Trump agenda to cheating on his wife.
Trump said he was eying a replacement who would be on the court for 40 to 45 years, a chance to lock in another reliably conservative justice and give the high court a conservative majority for the foreseeable future.
"The era of global freeloading and taking advantage of the United States is over". "We're not starting a trade war, but we'll finish it".