Trump officials study death penalty for drug dealers in opioid epidemic

Drug dealers will face execution if Donald Trump gets his way

Drug dealers will face execution if Donald Trump gets his way

"I don't think we should play games".

"If someone goes and shoots somebody, kills somebody they get the death penalty", said Mr Trump, claiming drug dealers killed between 2000 to 5000 each during their lifetime.

"But as soon as he gets in, he's not going to vote for us", Mr. Trump said of Mr. Lamb. "The drugs have never been a problem like we have right now".

"There's also a segment of undecideds that hopefully they'll remember why they voted for Trump to begin with, and they'll come out and vote for me", Saccone said before talking to natural gas workers in Canonsburg.

"These people are killing our kids and they're killing our families, and we have to do something", he said.

At a Make America Great Again rally for Rick Saccone, the president vowed that he would 'Keep America Great!' if reelected. Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren - who he again called "Pocahontas" - while predicting that media would become bored covering their anticipated 2020 campaigns.

Trump also said he hopes he will run against Oprah Winfrey, saying the campaign "would be a painful experience for her".

"Whether that moves the needle in this election, I really don't know", Mark Hrutkay, chairman of the Washington County Republican Party, said in a Friday phone interview.

He also said he deserved praise for the success of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. "They should be ready for it", Trump said, suggesting that the USA should adopt similar repercussions. He singled out Chuck Todd, anchor of the Sunday talk show Meet The Press, as a "sleeping son of a bitch, I'll tell you".

"Who knows what's going to happen?"

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Trump explained that we now have an $800 billion trade deficit with other countries because of bad deals from previous administrations by Clinton, Bush and Obama.

'Many countries have the problem, we have a problem, but what a great job you are doing and I just wanted to call and tell you that'.

Polls suggest Lamb, 33, and Saccone, 60, are headed for a tight finish in Tuesday's election in a district where Trump prevailed by almost 20 percentage points in 2016. The election is set for Tuesday.

Trump was ostensibly here to inject some last-minute political capital behind Republican Rick Saccone, whose race against Democrat Conor Lamb could be a harbinger of the Republican Party's fate in the midterms.

Trump kicked off the Moon Township rally Saturday night telling voters to support state Rep. Rick Saccone, the Republican vying for a US congressional seat. Big & happy crowd (why not, some of the best economic numbers ever).

Trump was in the state to stump for GOP special election candidate Rick Saccone, but only mentioned him in passing.

Kellyanne Conway, counselor to the president, is leading much of the work on opioids for the White House.

"The people of Pittsburgh can not be conned by this guy Lamb", Trump said, dismissing Lamb's efforts to run as a moderate Democrat.

In fact, since Trump took office, Democrats have flipped 39 state legislative seats from red to blue, the last two just a few weeks ago in special elections in New Hampshire and CT. If Democrats manage to retake the lower chamber, it is also Trump's presidency that would face an existential threat: impeachment.

During a rambling, hour-plus speech in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, Trump quickly endorsed Republican state Rep.

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