Published: Mon, March 12, 2018

Trump says 2020 slogan is 'Keep America great!'

Trump says 2020 slogan is 'Keep America great!'

His new slogan will be "Keep America great!" with an exclamation point.

Mnuchin also argued the press should pay less attention to Trump's rally speeches and more attention to his policies, such as his announcement on tariffs last week.

Running in a conservative western Pennsylvania district, Lamb has distanced himself from Democratic leaders like House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. He's trying to appeal to moderates, and he's publicly backed the idea of steel and aluminum tariffs, which the president formally ordered on Thursday.

And the Trump administration is said to be examining policy changes that would allow prosecutors to seek the death penalty, according to The Washington Post.

"[South Korean President Moon Jae-in] said without Donald Trump, the Olympics would have been a failure", Trump said.

"This guy should win easily", Trump said. "Are you with me on that?"

Mr Trump's appearance was aimed at helping Mr Saccone in a district Mr Trump won overwhelmingly in 2016 as part of a narrow win in Pennsylvania.

"The Democrats are the party of sanctuary cities", Trump said.

National Republican groups and their allies have spent more than $10 million in TV ads on behalf of Saccone, who's lagged far behind Lamb in fundraising.

"The whole world, remember that". "This is a very important race".

Instead, Trump repeatedly lashed out at the "fake, fake media" and insulted reporters, prompting the crowd to break into a round of a favorite 2016 chant, "CNN sucks".

"He's going to vote the party line".

"What Trump is doing is good for the country", she said, "and Rick's going to support everything he's doing".

Lamb raised more than four times as much money as his opponent as of February 21, according to Federal Elections Commission documents.

"He is a sleeping son of a bitch, I'll tell you", Trump said Saturday. "And he's slightly younger than me".

Trump was in the state to stump for GOP special election candidate Rick Saccone, but only mentioned him in passing. "I think he's handsome".

Drug dealers kill people, destroy families and might deserve the death penalty or life in prison for their crimes, President Trump says. "I don't think we should play games". "They're killing our workers", the president said.

"That's why we have a problem, folks".

At another point, Trump said drug dealers should face harsher punishments, even the death penalty, because they're responsible for so many deaths.

"Hey, didn't we surprise them with women during the election?" he said, noting that his opponent was a woman. "We can't just keep setting up blue ribbon committees".

President Donald Trump on Saturday again called for enacting the death penalty for drug dealers during a rally meant to bolster a struggling GOP candidate for a U.S. House seat here. Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, with his racist nickname for her, "Pocahontas".

"You have been the heart and soul of this campaign", Lamb told the crowd.

"Oh I'd love Oprah to win, I'd love to beat Oprah. I know her weakness", he said.

Trump also referred to his prospective meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Trump spoke two days after the stunning announcement that he has accepted an invitation to meet with Kim about his nuclear weapons program. "It is impeachment. Regardless of whether one likes this president or his policies, one must ask what the outcome for the country will be if we dive into so great a distraction".

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