Edwards and Rispone face Saturday's runoff elections. The hard race is drawing Republican attention as Republicans in a largely conservative state fear a second loss of state.
The governor of Kentucky, Bevin, conceded his Democrat opponent, Attorney General Andy Beshear, on Thursday, who narrowly prevailed last week. Trump had also campaigned in Kentucky as part of his dive into a handful of Red States – including Kentucky and Louisiana – to save themselves under the shadow of impeachment. During Thursday's rally, Trump still claimed that he had "raised a lot" – referring to the close result, while at the same time washing hands of Bevin's loss.
"The headlines: Trump has suffered a loss," the president said about the race in Kentucky. "So you have to give me a big profit, please, OK?"
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Not that the impeachment in the presidential election played a role, Trump repeatedly raised the House Democrats' request during the rally Thursday and called the party for old Rules to annul the 2016 elections and disregard the wishes of his constituents, he even claimed that Edwards was a farmer to Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, and de facto Leader of the impeachment investigation.
Trump also took a cynical turn during the rally and said the Republicans i Congress wanted the impeachment process to continue because it angered their constituents. But the president, who seemed more tired and less enthusiastic than at previous rallies, asked that everything stop.
"My whole life is crazy. What a life I lead, "he said. But it was very hard for my family. "
At just under an hour and ten minutes, the rally on Thursday was one of its shortest in months and he has barely ever raised his voice or introduced new insults.