President Donald Trump has launched a rescue mission in Mississippi for a Republican candidate on the eve of a run-off election for the US Senate, with Democrats hoping to win a seat in the state for the first time since 1982.
Trump appeared at two large, boisterous rallies in Biloxi and Tupelo, Mississippi, for Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith, who is in a close race against black Democrat Mike Espy in the deep South state.
During his speech, Trump stated, ‘nobody has ever done so much’ in the first two years of a presidency as his administration.
He said that his administration has given US veterans their largest pay raise in ten years, while also seeing to the creation of his Space Force with the Pentagon.
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