President Trump: Coal is making a comeback

President Trump: Coal is making a comeback

President Trump: Coal is making a comeback

Trump rallied outside Pittsburgh for state Rep. Rick Saccone ahead of Tuesday's special congressional election for a seat in the heart of America's steel industry, where Trump beat Hillary Clinton by 20 percentage points in 2016.

Donald Trump has floated the possibility of introducing the death penalty for drug dealers in the United States, in his latest controversial speech.

The rally at an airport hanger in the Pittsburgh suburbs takes Trump back to familiar political terrain, and it comes after his announcement Thursday to impose new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum meant to please the base that carried him to a surprise victory in 2016.

Trump also used the speech to double down on executing drug dealers, a solution he said has worked in China and Singapore. But he scrapped his prepared remarks on Saccone, improvising and at one point handing the microphone to Saccone, too. "Are you with me on that?" Saccone is now going up against Democrat Conor Lamb.

Trump and the Republican Party have gone all in to prevent an embarrassing defeat.

If Saccone loses, it would be a blow to Trump, the first loss by Republicans of a seat in the House of Representatives since he took office in January 2017.

"The whole world, remember that". They handed out flyers that cast Lamb, a moderate Democrat who has played down his connection to the national party, as a "rubber stamp for Nancy Pelosi". "Not all of our friends on Wall Street love it, but we love it", Trump said of the tariffs. "But for getting your votes, he's talking about how much he likes tariffs, which is my baby". "If I came like a stiff, you guys wouldn't be here tonight", he said.

"No, it's very positive", Mr. Trump said. "I think he's handsome".

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In fact, 33 countries allow the death penalty for drug offenses, many of them in Asia, according to a 2012 report from Harm Reduction International.

"I think it's a discussion we have to start thinking about".

"It was great to see North Korea going and participating", Trump said.

'You kill 5,000 people with drugs, because you're smuggling them in and you're making a lot of money, and people are dying and they don't even do anything, ' he continued.

"Remember, women won't like Donald Trump", he said.

"I never did polling on that, I don't know if that's popular". "... These people are killing our kids and they're killing our families, and we have to do something".

The president said he's decided on a slogan for his 2020 re-election campaign. Bernie Sanders and Massachusetts Sen.

Trump attacked media, including NBC's Chuck Todd, whom he called "a sleeping son of a b--".

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"Candidates and campaigns matter, and when one candidate outraises the other 6-to-1 and runs circles around the other, it creates real challenges for outside groups trying to win a race", said Corry Bliss, executive director for the Congressional Leadership Fund, a group aligned with U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan, which has invested $3.5 million to boost Saccone's candidacy.

"I'd love Oprah to win, I'd beat Oprah". "He'll say, 'You know the Chinese and Filipinos don't have a drug problem".

Trump also touted his role in South Korea's hosting of the Winter Olympics, claiming credit for temporarily reducing the nuclear threat posed by North Korea.

"You think her life is so easy folks?"

The White House recently confirmed that the North Korean leader would meet him for the first time in May.

"Who knows what's going to happen?" "After the meeting, you may do that, but let's see what happens".

"We can't say make America great again because I already did that".

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