President Trump warned voters in Tennessee and Georgia on Sunday about what would happen to their respective states should the “radical Democrats” win on Tuesday.
In Georgia, Trump said Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams would not only turn the state “into Venezuela” and “make your jobs disappear like magic” if Republican Brian Kemp doesn’t win, but “your Second Amendment [would also be] gone” under Abrams.
“Brian Kemp is an incredible fighter and a tireless champion for the people and for the values of Georgia, and he was with me right from the beginning," he said.
“You put Stacey in there, and you're gonna have Georgia turn into Venezuela. I don't think the people of Georgia like that."
Incredible evening in Macon, Georgia with President @realDonaldTrump! Georgians are fired up for Tuesday and for four more years of conservative leadership! The momentum is strong - keep choppin’ and finish the drill! #gagop #gapol pic.twitter.com/9fmkkzNKRa— GAGOP (@GaRepublicans) November 4, 2018
After campaigning in Macon, Georgia for Kemp, Trump headed to Chattanooga, Tennessee to stump for GOP Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn.
Trump started off his rally discussing the economy, and asked the crowd if they wanted “the resistance” to take away its gains.
“We have the hottest economy on earth,” he said, talking about the jobs numbers. “There is an electricity in the air. … We are breaking every record in the history of our country.”
"If you want to stop the liberal agenda of high taxes and high crime, you need to vote for Marsha," he told the crowd, blasting her liberal opponent Phil Bredesen as a "far left liberal" who "will always do" what Democratic leadership wants him to do.
In just 2 days, the people of Tennessee are going to elect @VoteMarsha Blackburn to the United States Senate to protect your jobs, defend your borders, and CONTINUE MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! Get out on Tuesday and VOTE for Marsha! pic.twitter.com/BJhmItntMo— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 5, 2018
An incredible night in the Volunteer State with @realDonaldTrump, @VP & a FULL HOUSE out here in Chattanooga! The "Blue Wave" has nothing on the red wall of Tennessee! Let's finish the fight for Tennessee's values at the ballot box on November 6th! pic.twitter.com/R2JZ1ZQ88Q
Another great rally with @realDonaldTrump & @VP! If you want to secure our borders, put constitutionalist judges on the bench & see your #TennesseeValues represented in the U.S. Senate, I ask you to stand with me and #VoteMarsha on November 6!— Marsha Blackburn (@VoteMarsha) November 5, 2018
Tennessee will not be the state to hand the U.S. Senate to the Democrats. We're taking our country back and Tennesseans know that we cannot afford another liberal politician hell-bent on sabotaging @realDonaldTrump’s agenda. pic.twitter.com/5HEqki2yGi— Marsha Blackburn (@VoteMarsha) November 4, 2018
In Georgia, the governor's race is neck-and-neck, with Kemp up 2.7 points in RealClearPolitics's average of polls. In Tennessee, Blackburn holds a 5.2-point lead in the average of polls, according to RCP, which has rated the race "leans GOP."