President Donald Trump arrives on Air Force One at Minneapolis- Saint Paul International Airport for a fundraiser, Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, in Minneapolis, Minn.
"It was like, 'Oh he did something.' 'Oh, oh, oh, I resign".
Trump went on to rip into Minnesota Democrats running for Congress, like Dan Feehan in the 1st Congressional District and Senator Tina Smith trying to retain her Senate seat. She faces Republican Karin Housely in November.
Franken resigned after some of his Democratic colleagues turned on him in the wake of groping accusations. An infamous photo showing Franken kiddingly molesting a sleeping coworker also didn't help. He opened his remarks with the observation: "This is supposed to be a Democrat state". Trump says he narrowly lost Minnesota in 2016 and hopes to turn it red in a month. "Honestly, I do this stuff for living and I've never heard of her and I need her vote".
"We're asking President Trump to live to his promises of more and better jobs in America instead of having our jobs being outsourced", Jerome Frederick said.
The president disparaged Democrats as "truly the party of crime" and reviewed a few of the Dems running for office here.
The three Republicans whose votes on Brett Kavanaugh will likely determine whether he's awarded a spot on the Supreme Court have become increasingly hard to pinpoint by media and protesters in the past 24 hours as their colleagues read the Federal Bureau of Investigation report and the confirmation vote inches closer.