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President Trump Makes His Final Pitch: It's Time to Vote Republican

After dozens of rallies and months on the campaign trail, President Trump has made a final closing argument to voters across the country: If you want America to prosper, vote for Republicans. 


"Since I was elected, we have created 4.5 million new jobs. In the last month alone, we added another 250,000 jobs, and nearly a half-million Americans returned to the workforce. We have added nearly 500,000 manufacturing jobs to our economy – jobs that many self-proclaimed experts said would never return," Trump wrote in an op-ed for Fox News. "America faces a critical choice: whether to build on the extraordinary prosperity that Republican policies have delivered for our nation – or whether to allow Democrats to take control and take a giant wrecking ball to your economy and your future."

"With your vote for Republican candidates, we can keep our economy growing and our nation on the right track," he continued. "With your vote, we will keep lifting millions of our citizens from welfare to work, dependence to independence, and poverty to prosperity. And together, we will build a future of safety, security, prosperity, and freedom for all our citizens."

Last night President Trump held his final rally of the 2018 campaign season in Missouri with conservative heavy hitters Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and David Limbaugh in Missouri.


President Trump will watch tonight's election results come in from the White House. 

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