Donald Trump holds rally in Minnesota after signing immigration executive order

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President Donald Trump is returning to his hardline immigration rhetoric hours after signing an executive order that will halt his administration's separation of migrant children from their parents after illegally crossing the border.

The President, however, devoted only a small portion of his speech to the issue of immigration and his border policy, even though it has dominated the conversation in Washington for a week and roiled the Republican Party.

"I couldn't tell", Trump continued.

Melanie Musick of Duluth said she does not agree with the executive order.

Trump is telling a rowdy crowd of supporters in Duluth, Minnesota, "We're going to keep families together but the border's going to be just as tough as it's been". "They wanted to put us in trouble".

The announced goal of the rally Wednesday is to boost Stauber, the Republican running in the traditionally Democratic northeastern Minnesota district that Trump won by more than 15 percentage points in 2016.

The President also used hyperbolic language in claiming that his administration had "liberated towns" in Long Island, New York that were plagued by members of the MS-13 gang.

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Trump didn't dwell much on the rare policy flip, but rather bashed "Crooked Hillary", denounced the "phony" Russian Federation probe and relished in his 2016 presidential victory by talking about so-called elites.

"The elite, the elite. Why are they elite", he said incredulously to cheers. I have a much better apartment than they do. I'm richer than they are.

During a riff on health care, Trump returned to an oft-attacked enemy: McCain.

Again attacking the special counsel's Russian Federation investigation as a "witch hunt", Mr Trump went on to blast the media for focusing on the recent immigration crisis at the expense of covering what he contends is bias against him at the FBI. "He went thumbs down". Paul area. Trump carried one of those districts in 2016, while Democrat Hillary Clinton won the other. "He's a war hero!" He also accused the media of providing one-sided reports about his Singapore summit with Kim. He predicted that "Chairman Kim will turn that country into a great, successful country".

"We had a great meeting". "In two and a half years, it is going to be really easy, I think. We call it our Trump love fest".

Trump has sought to cast his meeting with Kim as a turning point in North Korean relations, hoping that the boost on the worldwide stage will help Republicans running in the midterms elections this year.

"You know, I hate to bring this up, but we came this close to winning the state of Minnesota", the president said.

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His upcoming visit there is putting some of the state's candidates, including the top Republican running for governor, Tim Pawlenty, in the awkward position of trying to decide how closely they want to embrace a president who remains deeply unpopular among Democrats and independent voters.

After the disruption, Trump spoke about immigration issues in the USA - which he blamed on the democrats and the media. "Let's show the world that there is no blue wave coming in Minnesota".

Trump's trip to Duluth was an attempt to do just that.

The meeting, billed as a discussion about "promoting and protecting American workers", will be attended by representatives of the mining and steel industries along with the area's congressman and local politicians, the White House says.

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The campaign also sent out an email about the event with a fundraising pitch about standing behind the president.

Trump was in Minnesota to back Pete Stauber, a Republican congressional candidate running in a traditionally Democratic district. "Mr. President, these people support you", Stauber said to a roar of applause.

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