Pres. Trump Holds 'MAGA' Rally In Houston, Texas In Support Of GOP

‘He’s the president’: On the campaign trail, Ted Cruz refuses to say whether Trump is friend or foe

Pres. Trump to rally for Sen. Ted Cruz at Toyota Center

We're not supposed to use that word.

Cruz is facing a challenge from Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke for the Senate seat in the midterm elections. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) ahead of next month's midterm elections.

The president acknowledged his rocky relationship with Cruz when they were fierce competitors in the 2016 GOP presidential primary.

President Donald Trump set aside his differences with Texas Sen.

He said: "He's not lyin' Ted anymore".

Trump ran for president as a nationalist, declaring he would place "America first" in his policies.

"This race is so tight, that Cruz had to ask his former arch enemy Donald Trump for a boost, and the President lend a tiny hand at a rally for Ted Cruz in Houston tonight", Jimmy Kimmel began.

Mr. Trump added that Mr. Cruz "did a attractive job in staring down an angry left wing mob in our recent Supreme Court battle - victory - whatever you want to call it". "I work with the president in delivering on our promises". "He's Beautiful Ted. I call him Texas Ted", Trump said as he boarded Marine One en route to Houston.

"How pathetic it is", Trump said.

Trump marveled at O'Rourke's "F" rating from the NRA. He has a 7-point lead in the polls.

Cruz seems to agree-or at least he's resigned to the new arrangements.

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But they started rebuilding in the closing days of the campaign and have worked together since Trump took the White House.

It was apparent that O'Rourke has gotten under the president's skin.

"So when he says "nationalist, ' is he thinking of all those connotations you just mentioned or is he speaking sloppily?"

"For all middle income people 10%" the president said.

The president said there "are some very bad people" in the caravan heading to the USA border, which now numbers as many as 10,000.

'Immensely wealthy countries, and we have to get reimbursed for that.

I think the Democrats had something to do with it, and now they're saying, 'I think we made a big mistake.' Because people are seeing how bad it is.

'And by the way, when I bring up to the heads of countries like Japan, prime minister Abe, a friend of mine, I bring it up, he looks at me and he goes, I understand, ' Trump said, retelling a story he's used to back up his position on the issue in the past.

The total number of migrants now headed to the USA border is estimated to be about 7,200, the United Nations said Monday.

Inside the arena, the crowd was raucous and loud, waving campaign signs and cheering loudly for Trump and the Republican speakers who preceded him.

President Trump announced at the end of August he would hold a rally for Sen.

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