President Donald Trump makes a hard turn Wednesday from offering empathy to grief-stricken Pittsburgh to the fear and fury of a midterm election closing argument created to drive up Republican turnout despite the risk of deepening national divides.
President Trump is expected to attend rallies across the country to boost Republican candidates in several states. Scott and DeSantis will join Trump on Halloween this Wednesday in Fort Myers before the president's second Florida rally in Pensacola on Saturday.
Since Labour Day, the president has addressed 19 rallies and 11 are left on his schedule, thus making 30 rallies after Labour Day.
According to the Miami Herald, "The rallies by the parties' figureheads come as out-of-state megadonors pump millions into the governor's race and Democrats beat the bushes to help Nelson keep up with the independently wealthy and self-funding Scott".
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Trump will travel to Missouri, West Virginia, Montana, Indiana, Ohio, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida in the final days before the November 6 vote, the official said. The midterms are also often seen as a referendum on the president's performance. Central time Saturday at Pensacola International Airport, according to his campaign organization. Bill Nelson Friday in Miami for an appearance that will be sandwiched between visits to the state by President Donald Trump.
Trump in 2016 became the first Republican to carry MI in a presidential election since George H.W. Bush in 1988.
Trump in recent interviews has said that his party had snatched the momentum from the Democrats till last week, when a series of package bombs were recovered addressed to the former U.S. president Barack Obama, the former vice president Joe Biden, the former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton and Senator Kamala Harris among others.