President Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally in Nevada

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Stepien said as many as 30 percent of those in attendance at these rallies either voted for the first time in 2016 or typically vote only in presidential years, which is why Trump says that while he isn't on the ballot, his policies are.

Trump noted that despite repeatedly running for president, Biden never got more than one percent support in the polls. The former president said, "Let me say something as the man who passed the law that protects people with preexisting conditions from being discriminated against: They have no way of protecting people with preexisting conditions in anything they've proposed".

Meanwhile, former Vice President Joe Biden will campaign for Democratic candidates in Las Vegas on Saturday as early voting kicks off.

"Not for business at all", Trump said.

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He tells a Republican rally in Elko, Nevada, that he "likes where we stand in the election" on November 6 that will determine control of Congress.

"Democrats want the caravan, they like the caravan", he said, accusing Democrats of wanting to give welfare and health care to illegal immigrants. "Not looking like a blue wave". He also urged Americans to vote for "jobs not mobs". "I think I'll keep it a little bit low-key until the election". While the preferences of partisans have remained stable, shifts among independents have swung the last three midterm elections against the incumbent president's party.

"These are their elections", Trump has reportedly said in private, referencing Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's (R-KY) roles in the midterms.

He said he fears that the values that hold America together are being shredded by government officials who are putting personal interests above the country.

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But Biden said Trump is "all about himself".

Obama also took issue with Republicans who have been saying that they will protect patients with pre-existing conditions.

Trump has used his recent appearances in Montana and Arizona to try to frame the choices for voters in the upcoming election, contending Democrats are "too extreme and too dangerous" to take control of Congress. These candidates fear overwhelming public opinion as reflected in polls such a September Morning Consult survey showing that 81 percent of registered voters, including essentially equal portions of Republicans and Democrats, back coverage for those with preexisting conditions.

The Biden-Trump circling of one another in the same state happened recently in Kentucky, where Biden campaigned for a Democratic congressional candidate on a Friday night and Trump held a rally the next evening. He warned of dire consequences if Kyrsten Sinema (SIN'-uh-muh), the Democratic congresswoman challenging McSally, is victorious.

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In 2014, which was an abysmal year for voter turnout, neither party was especially interested in the cycle, though the GOP had the intensity advantage, 59% to 47%.