Trump, Democrats in frenzied final push ahead of U.S. elections

Youth turnout could hold the key in the US mid terms and threaten Trump's hold on Congress

Why young Democrats hold the key to threatening Donald Trump's hold on Congress

At the rally in Gary, Obama accused Republicans of exaggerating threats. Without invoking his name, Obama has accused Trump of lying and "fear-mongering" and has warned Democrats not to be distracted. But now, they're anxious Trump's obsession with all things immigration went overboard and will exacerbate their losses in the chamber.

He says, as he has before, that he wants to cut USA aid to the countries, threatening that "we'll be stopping very soon".

In traditionally red Texas, popular Democrat Beto O'Rourke is trying to dethrone Senator Ted Cruz, while Republican Pete Stauber might flip a House Democratic stronghold in Minnesota.

She also said that President Trump is delivering results for women in America.

Kemp refused, and just three days before the election helaunched an evidence-free claim that state Democrats hacked voter registration files in the state and he is going to investigate.

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There are indications that a so-called "blue wave" may help Democrats seize control of at least one chamber of USA congress.

Many Democrats are counting on anti-Trump fervor to drive their base to the polls, but some advocate ignoring the politics of personal destruction and zeroing in on policy debates.

Monday will be a barnstormer for Trump, who will make stops in OH and in before a final campaign pitch in Missouri, where he is trying to knock Democratic Senator Claire McCaskill out of office.

He largely stayed away from swing states and districts where the president is unpopular enough that a last-minute visit would have backfired and galvanized Democratic voters.

"Arizona - McSally! McSally!" he said. If Trump manages to pull off a victory in terms of retaining control of one or both Houses, it will be seen as a validation of his stand that poor migrants and refugees from other countries are a threat to the peaceful life of the American people and send out a clear message to the world on what the original "country of migrants" now thinks on that issue.

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"The only check right now on the behavior of these Republicans is you and your vote".

"I haven't done too much for governors", Mr. Trump said. That barbed wire - yes sir, we have barbed wire going up. "We're not letting these people invade our country", he said in Georgia.

For months, Democrats have drilled their central message into the minds of voters: if Republicans strengthen their grip on Congress, they will destroy your health care, including coverage protections for people with pre-existing medical conditions.

Blacks overwhelmingly prefer the Democrat. Joe Donnelly needs strong turnout Tuesday - and in his hometown of Chicago, where Democrats hope to oust a Republican governor and several House members. He called these Republicans "yes men" for the Trump administration. A conspiracy theory has also been put out that Jewish billionaire George Soros, a philanthropist and Democrat supporter, has facilitated the caravan to arrive in the United States and this theory has not only Trump's stamp of approval, but also widespread acceptance. "Don't be bamboozled. Don't let them run the okey-doke on you". Fewer voters in that year, just 16%, said they were turning out to support the president. "You can't fall for it". Democratic Senate incumbents are up for re-election, for example, in North Dakota, West Virginia, and Montana - states Trump carried by 30 percentage points on average two years ago.

"They promised they were gonna take on corruption in Washington".

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