Trump Calls Europe 'Total Mess' for Its Failure to Curb Illegal Immigration

Trump Calls Europe 'Total Mess' for Its Failure to Curb Illegal Immigration

He told the roaring crowd to "remember who started" the current trend of economic growth and "the longest streak of job creation on record". They make it harder for young people, and minorities and the poor to vote, and that entrenches their power further, he said. This kind of politics is not conservative, he said.

With U.S. midterm elections two weeks away, President Obama has lent his vital support to Democrats in the tightly-contested state of Nevada.

Former President Barack Obama took credit Monday afternoon for what he called the "economic miracles" happening under President Trump.

One of her supporters, Malerie Stanley, who arrived more than three hours before the rally to ensure she would get inside, said women's rights was the key issue for her in the midterms. He just goes along, even when you get a sense he knows it's not right'.

Former President Barack Obama headlined a rally in Las Vegas with Jacky Rosen, the Democratic candidate for Senate, and other Nevada Democrats.

"Look, this November's elections are more important than any I can remember in my lifetime, and that includes when I was on the ballot", Obama said.

Rosen, a first-term congresswoman, is seen as one of Democrats' best opportunities to flip control of a Senate seat, though the party faces slim chances of taking control of the Senate.

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Its clearly common sense when Obama says we need to enforce our laws of immigration and border security, but when President Trump says the same thing, its offensive and mean-spirited.

He was met with loud cheers at the arena at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

"We are a generous and welcoming people here in the USA, but those who enter the country illegally, and those who employ them, disrespect the rule of law and they are showing disregard for those who are following the law", Obama says in the tweeted clip.

Republicans, he said, handed out $1.5 trillion in tax cuts "for folks who are already sitting pretty".

Steve Sisolak, the Democratic candidate for governor, also appeared at the rally.

Heller has been endorsed by President Trump, who just on Saturday stumped for him in Elko, Nevada, on the same night that Obama's vice president, Joe Biden, campaigned in the state for Rosen.

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