The rally comes as Trump takes a victory lap.
Those "elites" from either coast have clearly been poll-tested and clearly are not popular in North Dakota, as the boos from the crowd indicated each time their names were mentioned. And the president wasted no time in painting North Dakota's junior senator, Democrat Heidi Heitkamp, as an automatic "no" vote on any nominee he picks to replace the "swing vote" justice.
Heitkamp's campaign confirmed to ABC News that the senator will not be in the state during President Trump's rally because the U.S. Senate is now in session.
President Donald Trump has urged North Dakota voters to defeat "liberal Democrat" Sen.
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Trump has been hitting the road in recent weeks to support Republican candidates, especially those targeting sitting Democrats.
Kevin Skunes, who farms corn and soybeans in Arthur, N.D., and is president of the National Corn Growers Association's board, recently visited the White House to meet with Cramer, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and others. "We must elect more Republicans - we have to do that". "That's what you need and that is Kevin Cramer".
However, he has also at times praised Heitkamp - including at a September 2017 event in North Dakota, where Trump called Heitkamp a "good woman" and invited her onstage.
Trump's popularity in the North Dakota is unquestionably strong. He singled out her vote against the tax cut legislation. In doing so he took a narrative crafted by incumbent Senator Heidi Heitkamp, one which supposed that the President likes her more, and threw it in the trash.
"In all of our policies, we want to make that really clear, we're fighting for working families and people across the state", Rich said before Trump's speech.
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Trump also touched on Wednesday's announcement by Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy that he was retiring after 31 years on the bench, giving the president a second opportunity to put a justice on the high court and cement the conservative wing. Heitkamp did vote to support Trump-appointed Justice Neil Gorsuch past year.
"I don't answer to a political party or president", she said.
Ahead of Wednesday night's rally in North Dakota, Trump tweeted that Cramer "is an extraordinary Congressman who will hopefully soon represent this great state as your Senator".
When Trump and Heitkamp were still on friendly terms, the former reportedly asked her to change parties.
"One of my biggest critics, a slovenly man named Joe Crowley got his ass kicked by a young woman who had a lot of energy", Trump, who was raised in Jamaica, Queens, said.
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