President Donald Trump kicked off a week of campaigning in advance of the midterm election on Wednesday night in Duluth, Minnesota, delivering his now-trademark stream of consciousness speech to an adoring crowd.
Trump is telling a rowdy crowd of supporters in Duluth, Minnesota, "We're going to keep families together but the border's going to be just as tough as it's been".
The Trump administration faced harsh, bipartisan backlash over the policy, which resulted in the separation of more than 2,000 children of adult illegal immigrants in the past month.
During the rally, Trump also praised North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, predicting he'll "turn that country into a great, successful country", blamed Sen.More news: The World Is Celebrating International Yoga Day & The Pictures Are Stunning
Trump was in Minnesota to back Pete Stauber, a Republican congressional candidate running in a traditionally Democratic district.
"Mr. Strzok as I understand has lost his security clearance", Sessions said on "The Howie Carr Show." .
"Why are they elite?" I became president and they didn't'. Trump wondered. "I have a much better apartment than they do".
If it was McHale, he can be seen standing to the far right of the photo near the woman holding up a "Women For Trump" sign.