The series of rallies will begin in Fort Myers, Florida, on Wednesday followed by a second in Columbia, Missouri on Thursday. On the other hand, we saw this story play out in 2016, where Democrats and several media outlets made similar accusations of Donald Trump sowing discourse and spewing heated rhetoric, only to go on and watch him win the Presidency.
In addition, Trump attempted to cast the midterms as "the election of caravans, Kavanaugh, law and order and common sense" during a rally last week, a reference to a caravan of Honduran immigrants heading toward the USA border seeking asylum and Democratic opposition to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, whom Trump successfully nominated.
Missouri Republicans are not in danger of losing control of the state Legislature in this year's election although they said they are concerned about losing about a dozen legislative seats around the state's metropolitan areas.
Meanwhile, Southeast Florida is where Democrats have long looked to run up big numbers, and Obama's trip to Miami is aimed at turning out voters for gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum and U.S. Sen. McCaskill is a top target for Republicans seeking to expand the party's slim 51-49 edge in the U.S. Senate.
"In the final six days, the president will have 11 rallies around the United States", the official said on Monday. Central time Saturday at Pensacola International Airport, according to his campaign organization.
A White House schedule shows President Trump will be making trips to Florida, Montana, Tennessee, Georgia, Ohio, and IN before the November 6 election. The midterms are also often seen as a referendum on the president's performance.
The president plans to hold at least 10 rallies in the space of six days, with two in Florida, the official said. Bill Nelson Friday in Miami for an appearance that will be sandwiched between visits to the state by President Donald Trump. And former president Barack Obama was in MI last week - and his vice president, Joe Biden plans to be in the state on Thursday.