James' publicist declined to respond to Trump's tweet, but early Saturday afternoon, James retweeted a post from the "I Promise" school and said: "Let's get it kids!"
"The best-case scenario is that the presence of the president reminds not only Republicans but center-right voters that there's a special election on Tuesday", Doug Preisse, chairman of the Franklin County Republican Party said Thursday.
He also brought on-stage Freedom Caucus member and Ohio Representative Jim Jordan, who praised the president on his leadership and accomplishments, amid cheers from the crowd saying "speaker of the house". In calling three prominent African-Americans all but stupid, Trump once again left himself open to accusations of racism.
John Kasich warned Sunday the red state's special election Tuesday to replace retiring GOP Rep.
President Trump is confidently predicting a "Red Wave" in this year's midterm elections, ahead of a bellwether special congressional election coming up in OH tomorrow. He tore into Waters, who is also black, and derided her as "an extremely low IQ person". He said journalists are "terrible people". The crowd cheered and chanted the campaign staple rallying cry, "Build the wall, build the wall".
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The plaudits came two days after Trump mistakenly urged Republicans to vote in the special election for a someone not on its ballot ― GOP Rep. Steve Stivers. Trump said. "What a great defender he's been, what courage".
Democrats have "a weak candidate because there's no message", he declared. The 12th district has a higher percentage of people 25 and older with college degrees than any other district in the state, and Trump's popularity there has waned. "He's a courageous, tough cookie".
He defended his trade policies and, at one point, seemed to suggest that the markets would be up another 40 percent without his tariffs - but said the measures were needed or the nation would eventually have to "pay the piper".
Trump's rally was the third he's held this week ahead of the November midterm elections, following events in Florida and Pennsylvania.
He was joined by a familiar face on Air Force One: Hope Hicks, his longtime campaign staffer and White House communications director, who departed the administration earlier this year.
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