State GOP would rather not mention Trump in campaign

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Hundreds of people are slowly making their way into an OH high school ahead of a rally headlined by President Donald Trump. President Trump won the district in the Columbus suburbs by 11 points in 2016, but Tuesday's election is a toss up. "I think it could be a red wave", Trump said of his party's prospects in November.

He is there to drum up support for Republican state senator Troy Balderson, who is running against Democrat Danny O'Connor in a Tuesday special election in the state's 12th Congressional District.

"Will be going to OH tonight to campaign for Troy Balderson for the big Congressional Special Election on Tuesday", the president tweeted.

Trump tweeted late Friday that James was interviewed "by the dumbest man on television", CNN anchor Don Lemon, but that he "made Lebron look smart, which isn't easy to do". He derided Waters, who is black, as "an extremely low IQ person".

He blasted the media as "fake news" and said journalists "were awful people".

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He went on a screed against illegal immigration and basked in cheers as the crowd chanted a campaign rallying cry: "Build the wall, build the wall".

Here in CT, of course, that latter term is said in revulsion by GOP leadership to describe funds that are used to attract industry to this state in competition against primarily Republican-ruled states that also dangle financial incentives before companies to induce them to locate there.

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.

In a raucous rally in a sweltering gymnasium in Ohio Saturday, Trump pitched for Ohio state Sen.

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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