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Florida Democratic governor Andrew Gillum said on Tuesday that President Donald Trump and other Republicans are offering "cover-up" for extremists to a campaign to practice political violence Rally in New Port Richey
Gillum said his opponent, former Republican Ron DeSantis, "is now being attacked by Donald Trump and the campaign's distractions and campaign of splits and ridicule, a campaign to us So scared of each other So we can not see the humanity of others, a campaign that provides protection for people who are now overcoming their political differences and reaching the next extreme to create political violence. "
" That's in civilized society unacceptable, "he continued. "This is not the American way."
Gillum, the mayor of Tallahassee, commented a few days after the officials said a man who spoke anti-Semitic views killed 1
Separately, in an interview with SiriusXM's "The Karen Hunter Show," Gillum said that communities "are being attacked mainly because of the ruthless rhetoric of Donald Trump and his followers," adding that his opponent "is the same kind of high charged rhetoric "used to portray it as an anti-law enforcement.
"This Bomber Here in the state of Florida, he had a hit list of 100. He sent bombs all over the country to prominent Democrats who had criticized the President," Gillum said. "And these people think they are not responsible for that."
Gillum's remarks are the latest in a word war between Gillum and the president who called the Democrat during an "ice-cold thief" interview with Fox News presenter Laura Ingraham Monday night, while DeSantis
Gillum, the former Monday trump "weak "said, said on Twitter that the president lies about him.
"I heard @realDonaldTrump ran home @ FoxNews about lying to me," Gillum wrote . "But as my grandmother told me, never fight a pig, you both get dirty, but the pig likes it, so ignore him and choose, Florida!"
Trump's allegations seem to be related to an investigation by the FBI in Tallahassee's city government, although there is no evidence that Gillum is personally investigated.
Al Cardenas, former chairman of the Florida Republican Party, said on MSNBC Tuesday that the altercation with Gillum might not be the best way for Trump to ensure a GOP victory in the race
"I think the most important Message for the Republicans in Florida is that the economy is doing well, we've created more jobs than any other state, "Cardenas said, adding," But coming here to Florida and taking on the Democrats I do not think it's one But the recipe is to win, but we'll see. "
Meanwhile, at a poll in nearby Tampa, DeSantis supported the president's decision to send thousands of soldiers to the southern border in response to a caravan of Honduran migrants from Mexico , Although the caravan is still weeks away from the border, Trump decided to move the troops before the middle of next week.
"This is an attempt to prove a point that people can basically cross our border," said DeSantis Tampa Bay Times. "We are either a sovereign country or we are not, and the president must rise and support national sovereignty." They are not really refugees because the Mexican government offered them to stay in Mexico
In the midst of a surprisingly tight race with Democrat Sen. Bob Menendez, Republican challenger Bob Hugin distanced himself from Trump's declared Tuesday Intention to terminate the citizenship by executive order – although the citizenship of the firstborn is rooted in the interpretation of the 14th Amendment, which can not be changed by presidential decree.
Hugin said the president was "wrong" to take such action.
In an interview with "Axios on HBO," Trump said he wanted to sign a decree to end citizenship for American-born children  Such an order would contradict the 14th Amendment, which states that "all persons born or naturalized in the United States under the jurisdiction of which are United States nationals are the United States and the state in which they reside.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, formerly the best Democrat in Georgia's House of Representatives, told ABC "The View" on Tuesday that her Republican opponent Brian Kemp is undermining confidence in democracy through his actions as current Foreign Minister.
The Kemp controversy revolves around his office, which cleans tens of thousands of voters, most of whom are black, from electoral rolls before next week's elections. Kemp denies that he tries to suppress the black voice by saying that he is simply following the law.
Former President Jimmy Carter, a Georgian, has recently called on Kemp to resign from his position overseeing the election he intends to pursue
Former Vice President Joe Biden met on Tuesday in Wisconsin for and crashed on Democratic Senator Tammy Baldwin and Democratic Governor Tony Evers.
In his speech, Biden called "our leaders to change the tone in both parties" and "vote down the temperature."
But Biden, a rumored 2020 presidential candidate, aimed at the Trump administration in its remarks and said he was "sick and tired of this government."
Biden also pointed to the pipe bombs that were sent to the leaders on the left, including himself, saying that "our children, our grandchildren,
Democratic House candidate MJ Hegar, an Air Force veteran, told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell on Tuesday that she is pleased about the sizeable number of veterans serving on both the Democratic and the Democratic Party also run the republican tickets.
As Mitchell noted, Hegar had three missions in Afghanistan and was injured during a fight Intensive Gunfights with the Taliban
"Women veterans, especially combat veterans, have been working on male-dominated fields for decades and have been able to excel," said Hegar. "I've never considered myself a pilot, I was just a pilot, it's not easy to be intimidated, and we've already shown our courage."
Obama weighs … on health care  Former President Barack Obama, who took an active part in the electoral campaign last week, tweeted a reminder of another topic on the ballot.
In the last days of their campaigns, the Democratic candidates have argued for arguing for health care, taxes and the protection of rights.
The campaign by Democratic Sen. Jon Tester sent a fundraising email on Tuesday to social media. Under the title "Seven Fingers, Seven Days", the email included a smiling tester who held each of his seven fingers to indicate how many days were left before Election Day next week.
When Tester was a child, he lost the three middle fingers of his left hand in a meat grinder accident.
Mike Memoli has helped.