Trump is Coming to Cleveland Monday to Host a Pre-Election Rally

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Bill Nelson Friday in Miami for an appearance that will be sandwiched between visits to the state by President Donald Trump.

The locations of Trump's rallies are a sign that Republicans are trying to motivate conservative voters to go to the polls to support GOP gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis and U.S. Senate candidate Rick Scott in the November 6 elections.

News 10 will let you know if there's a change in President Trump's schedule that includes a visit to MI.

The president plans to hold at least 10 rallies in the space of six days, with two in Florida, the official said.

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The official said with 11 rallies remaining, Trump will have a total of 30 campaign events since Labor Day.

The Republican party now has majority in both the Senate and the House and Trump and his team is leaving no stone unturned to campaign in favour of his Republican party. That includes rallies scheduled this week in Missouri and West Virginia, which also have closely watched U.S. Senate races. Coming off her slashing attacks in the U.S. Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Harris was stumping across Iowa last week as the leading Democrat Presidential hopeful for the 2020 election, according to the Washington Examiner.

The stakes for President Trump are extremely high since a Democratic victory in either chamber would give the party the power to open investigations into various aspects of his administration.

Just one week away from the midterm elections that could give Democrats control of the House of Representatives, analysts are saying much isn't likely to change policy-wise, Bloomberg reports.

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