Published: Wed, October 24, 2018
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

Trump Says ‘I'm a Nationalist’ in Appeal to Texas Republicans

Trump Says ‘I'm a Nationalist’ in Appeal to Texas Republicans

You know what I am?

"How pathetic it is", Trump said.

With the midterms drawing near, Trump has emphasized immigration, targeting a migrant caravan heading to the U.S. southern border. And Trump said voters aren't happy about that, nor were they pleased with the way his Supreme Court justice nominee was treated. This will be the election of the caravan, Kavanaugh, law and order, tax cuts, and common sense.

Late night host Jimmy Kimmel weighed in on the closely watched Senate race in Texas Monday night, calling on viewers to support the Democratic candidate Beto O'Rourke for "comedy sake".

Cruz added: "I look forward to campaigning alongside him in 2020". I'm knocking out some of the worst deals I've ever seen. "I think he's a highly overrated guy".

"Of course I'm unpopular with foreign nations, because we're not letting them rip us off anymore", he said.

Trump ran for president as a nationalist, declaring he would place "America first" in his policies. "He's Beautiful Ted. I call him Texas Ted". "It got nasty, and then it ended".

Associated Press White House reporter Jonathan Lemire agreed.

Cruz also buried the hatchet.

Ditching the name-calling, Trump and Cruz exchanged an extended handshake and a bro-hug before cheering crowds at the Toyota Center and lavished praise on each other.

Congress is on break until after the election, "legislation enacting such a cut has not been planned on Capitol Hill, and congressional Republicans were privately skeptical that a vote could happen during the post-election lame duck session", the Post reports.

Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott joined in on the calls to vote for Mr. Cruz, telling supporters that "Beto O'Rourke is hostile to Texas values" and "against good quality judges". "That is radical. That is reckless, and that is not the state of Texas", he said.

'You know, they have a word, it sort of became old-fashioned.

Chilling... Trump blowing the White Nationalist dog whistle at a rally for #TedCruz. We're not supposed to use that word.

"I think it'll be an awesome experience even out here and I think it's awesome just being around people who share the same values as you", said Kiara Owens, a home-schooled teen from Fort Worth. I am a nationalist. He said Democrats want to give "free health care and education to illegal aliens, paid for by you".

On Monday, after addressing unemployment and taxes, among other topics, Trump declared himself "nationalist" who is fending off "corrupt, power-hungry globalists". "We can't have that".

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