President Trump holds a rally in Nashville

Pres. Trump To Hold Campaign-Style Rally In Nashville, Tennessee

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President Trump rallied supporters Tuesday night in Nashville, Tennessee.

U.S. Rep. Diane Black, former state economic development chief Randy Boyd, businessman Bill Lee and state House Speaker Beth Harwell have all voiced their support of Trump on the campaign trail. Trump has blamed Democrats for the policy, despite his own administration publicly stating they would enforce a new "zero tolerance" plan to prosecute anyone who crosses the border illegally.

The ad comes weeks after left-leaning politicians and media members misrepresented President Trump's comments to have been about all undocumented immigrants.

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Trump defended his hardline immigration rhetoric, central to his 2016 campaign, as an asset for the midterms. Democrats are eyeing Nevada, Arizona, Tennessee and even potentially Texas as possible pick-up opportunities.

"I am going to be there to stand with President Donald Trump and take your Tennessee values to Washington, DC, to fight with him, to get the job done".

During another particularly raucous moment of the rally, the audience booed Sen.

For Trump, the trip to Tennessee comes as part of a ramped-up midterm travel schedule.

"In the end, Mexico is going to pay for the wall", Trump said, stating that Mexico does "absolutely nothing" to stop people from illegally entering the USA along the southern border.

He blamed the Mexican government for a recent caravan of Central American migrants who arrived at the U.S. border seeking asylum.

"They're going to pay for the wall, and they're going to enjoy it". "Sincerely, Mexico (all of us)", Peña Nieto tweeted.

Trump's remarks drew a quick response from Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.

U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe discussed North Korea by phone on Monday and confirmed they would meet before an expected U.S.

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