Published: Fri, June 22, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

President Trump talks Kim Jong-un meeting at Minnesota rally

President Trump talks Kim Jong-un meeting at Minnesota rally

The rally happened a few hours after Trump signed an executive order that aims to stop the separation of families while still maintaining a "zero-tolerance" immigration policy and prosecuting people who cross the border into the US.

Lynn McHale also is taking criticism for these tweets involving the ongoing controversy over children being separated from their parents at the United States' border.

President Donald Trump is accusing the media of not giving him enough credit for his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as he kicks off a rally in Duluth, Minnesota.

But Trump never fails to appeal to the darker side of his supporters, and that is disturbing in a president whose disdain for cooperation and compromise is a matter of record.

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Rather, Coffman has set his sights on a much lower-profile but arguably equally influential figure - Stephen Miller . When sources are interviewed on the record, they are aware that what they are saying is, well, on the record.

Rep. Andy Harris, Maryland Republican, blamed Democrats, saying they should have been willing to vote for a bill that will legalize more than 1 million illegal immigrants.

Trump says it's good news that he and Kim met in Singapore and says, "Chairman Kim will turn that country into a great, successful country". McHale, if he did attend this rally, would be one of the few prominent figures in the National Basketball Association to support Trump in this public manner.

The rally took place in Duluth, Minn., where he rallied support for Peter Stauber, a county commissioner and a retired police officer, who is running to represent the congressional district that contains Duluth. He narrowly lost Minnesota in 2016. Trump also held a small roundtable with representatives from the mining industry and local leaders before the rally.

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