Elizabeth Warren of MA for criticism.
"They can play that game, but I can play that game also", he said.
Some Democrats, if they take control, are already vowing to open investigations of his business finances and policies his administration has adopted, and possibly start impeachment hearings based on the findings of special counsel Robert Mueller, who for a year and a half has been investigating Trump's 2016 campaign's links to Russian Federation and whether, as president, Trump has tried to thwart the probe and obstruct justice.
Many are also furious over his Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh who could rule against abortion rights.
"To see his party jump on board and march in lockstep is what's terrifying", said Hunter, a 65-year-old retired salesperson from Lake Forest, California.
Both Trump and former President Barack Obama were on the campaign trail Friday, stumping for candidates four days before voters are scheduled to head to the polls.
Knight led the noisy crowd in chants of "Go Get 'Em, Donald".
In Clark County including Las Vegas, Democrats had 45 percent of the turnout to Republicans 34 percent.
He says what rock-throwing migrants did to the Mexican military was a "disgrace".
President Donald Trump says if migrants throw rocks at US troops or border patrol officers, they're not going to be shot, but they're "going to be arrested for a long period of time".
If the Democrats win the House and the Senate (if this happened, they would have a thin majority), Mr. Trump would have to make deals with them on healthcare, social security spending, immigration and other key issues.
The video also includes scenes of a migrant caravan that is moving toward the USA, but is still hundreds of miles away from the border.
It includes scenes of a migrant caravan moving toward the United States, warning ominously, "Who else would Democrats let in?" and suggesting that more violence would soon penetrate the border.
Most political forecasters see Democrats taking control of the House and the Republicans picking up one or more seats in a split-decision election.
Mr Obama was flanked by gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, who faces former congressman and strong Trump backer Ron DeSantis, and Senator Bill Nelson, who is being challenged by the outgoing governor, Rick Scott. Joe Manchin. Trump told several hundred people cheering him from inside the airport hangar that a vote for Manchin is a vote for Sen. So Democrats want to be able to exercise some control over the state-based process of drawing congressional and state legislative district boundaries - a process they've been effectively shut out of in many crucial states since their big losses in 2010.
Trump's best chance for getting a border wall appropriation may be during the lame duck session after the election, especially if Democrats are set to take over in January. "Anybody going to vote for Donnelly in this room?"
"VOTE REPUBLICAN NOW!" Trump tweeted along with the ad on Wednesday. And while that race featured unusual circumstances - the Republican, Roy Moore, faced multiple accusations of sexual misconduct - the Democrats repeated those gains in less controversial races. The sitting president's party often losing ground in the first midterm after winning office, and for much of 2018, voter enthusiasm and polling has favoured Democrats as well.
One spot, titled "Murder, Gangs, Terrorism", attacks Democrat Ron DiNicola, a Marine veteran and lawyer running against GOP Rep. Mike Kelly in a conservative-learning Pennsylvania district, for representing "a Mexican drug lord who tortured and murdered a US agent".
"There's a tradition that presidents have a press conference the day after a midterm election to give their take on it", said New York Times reporter Michael Shear.
The day after the discovery of the bombs sent to the Clintons and the Obamas, among others, a subdued Trump read a prepared statement at a prescheduled White House ceremony, condemning "acts or threats of political violence" and saying that the nation must unify. He ran in the primary and got beat, only got 9 percent of the vote.
The White House did not reveal for whom the Trumps cast ballots.
Trump is not on any ballot Tuesday, but has often said his policies and assessment of his 22-month White House performance are at stake, as US voters elect all 435 members of the House of Representatives and a third of the 100-member Senate.
A third Republican seat with a retiring incumbent, near the eastern city of Allentown, is rated as leaning Democratic.