With Midterm Elections just two days away, President Trump is back out on the campaign trail trying to drum up support for Republicans candidates.
President Trump left the White House, Sunday, heading for Georgia and Tennessee , two states that typically swing toward Republican candidates. Trumps first stop is Macon, Tennessee, where he tries to get voters to cast their ballots for Republican Gubernational candidate Brain Kemp. The President then will head to Chattanooga to stump for Republican Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn.
President Trump had a lot to say before departing. The President explained “These rallies are the best thing we’ve done. I think that the rallies have really been the thing that’s caused this whole big fervor to start and to continue. I have never seen such excitement. Maybe back in ’16, during the Presidential (Election) right around the vote, but, I have never seen such a enthusiastic Republican Party.”
On Monday, President Trump travels to Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri for some final campaign rallies before Tuesday’s voting begins.