Trump says team working on tax cut for middle-income earners

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"Remember I said it", Biden said.

"Here in Nevada, personal incomes have reached an all-time high, congratulations", Trump said.

The president did not provide any details on the proposal, which would follow a landmark tax overhaul a year ago that Republicans had hoped would ensure they'd keep control of Congress after the midterms.

Rosen, a freshman congresswoman from the Las Vegas-area, is challenging incumbent Republican U.S. Sen.

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No Democrats supported last year's tax Bill, and they have been critical of plans for second round of tax cuts since they were first discussed by Republicans. It also raises the question of whether he can credibly argue that his presidency is on the ballot to get his supporters out to vote and then turn around and say his record has nothing to do with a possible Republican disaster.But he's going to try.

Drew Hammill, a spokesperson for Pelosi, confirmed the confrontation in a statement to ABC News Saturday and said President Trump and Republicans in Congress were to blame for stoking "the flames of incivility, intolerance and aggression".

It's going to be a busy day of politicking in Nevada, where early voting for the November 6 election is beginning Saturday.

The President will hold one of his signature Make America Great Again rallies in Elko, Nevada, where he will possibly speak on a range of topics from a headline-filled week, including the caravan of migrants headed for the Southern border, the Russian national who was charged on Friday with a federal crime for allegedly working to interfere in the 2016 and 2018 elections and the investigation into the killing of Saudi Arabian journalist and Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi.

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The President's last rally in the state was in September in Las Vegas, where he shared a stage with Heller and told the crowd about his once-icy relationship with the senator. On Monday, the President will be in Texas to campaign for Republican Sen. He focused on warning of the consequences a Democratic victory would have for immigration policy if the party prevailed during the midterms and managed to capture control of the House and Senate.

One official familiar with the discussions said Trump has pushed congressional leaders to introduce another tax cut package before the November 6 election. Republicans now hold a 51-49 advantage. "The Democrats don't care that a flood of illegal immigration will bankrupt our country".

Rallying thousands of supporters in an Arizona aircraft hangar for GOP Senate candidate Rep. Martha McSally, Trump warned of dire consequences if her opponent, Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, is victorious.

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