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By Allan Smith and Ali Vitali
Billionaire media mogul Oprah Winfrey plunges into one of the nation's narrowest and most controversial races and visits Georgia on Thursday to attend Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
Winfrey will go to Abrams at two state town hall events on Thursday and accompany the Georgian Democrats in one of the final days of the state's early federal election in one of the final days of the election five days before Election Day.
"Oprah Winfrey has inspired so many of us by their unparalleled ability to make real connections and strengthen family-community ties," Abrams said in a statement to NBC News. "I am honored that Oprah has joined in uplifting and honest talks with voters about the clear ruling in this election and the limitless potential of the Georgians."
BuzzFeed first reported on Winfrey's upcoming events with former Abrams minority leader at the Georgia State House.
Abrams will meet with Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp in one of the nation's most competitive races. Last week, a poll by NBC News / Marist found that it was a race essentially the same, with the odds that voters favoring Kemp with a spread between 49 and 47 percent a figure in the fallacy of the election. Among the registered voters, the two candidates were equally tied with 47 percent.
Abrams has accused Kemp of undermining confidence in democracy and creating an "atmosphere of fear" for voters through his work as a foreign minister ̵
The controversy surrounding Kemp's focus on his office, which cleans dozens of people's homes of voters, most of whom are black, voted voters ahead of next week's elections. Kemp denied that he was trying to suppress the black vote and said he simply followed the law.
Former President Jimmy Carter, a Georgian citizen, recently called for Kemp's resignation, which monitors his hoped-for election.
Kemp brings heavy hitter in the last days of his campaign. On the same day that Winfrey plans to work with Abrams, Vice President Mike Pence will be hosting a trio of events with the GOP hopefully. On Sunday, President Donald Trump will visit Kemp.
For Abrams, Winfrey's visit on Friday is followed by a performance by ex-President Barack Obama.
Oprah supported Obama during his 2008 presidential campaign. 19659017] INDIANA
Democratic Senator Joe Donnelly, who has applied for re-election against Republican businessman Mike Brown, proposed the primogeniture in place of President Donald Trump's proposal to end the US, to stay open.
Asked during a televised debate On Tuesday evening, as to whether he would vote for ending the birthright, Donnelly mentioned his former votes for harsher border measures.
"Well, I'm the only person on this stage who has voted for a border wall three times," the incumbent Senator said. "I voted against sanctuary cities – I campaigned for secure borders with John McCain when we passed a law in 2013 that would have provided an additional 20,000 border guards."
He added that he must See every law on citizenship, make sure that it is constitutional, and check it first. "
Trump told Axios on HBO that he would soon sign an executive to end his birthright, which is enshrined in the 14th amendment to the constitution, which Trump did not think was necessary to change the constitution to ensure that children born to parents who are not US citizens do not automatically become US citizens at birth.
However, the 14th Amendment states: "Any person born or naturalized in the United States who: are subject to their jurisdiction, are citizens of the United States and the state in which they reside.
Many have pointed to this statement by making it clear that such an executive order would do so unconstitutional, even though there was some debate as to whether Trump lent scope to "subject to jurisdiction."  MISSOURI
Josh Hawley, the Missouri GOP candidate for the Senate, was asked on Wednesday for Trump's proposal to end his first-born citizenship during a teleconference with reporters.
In a close race with Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill told Hawley that a president can not change the 14th Amendme However, the executive's constitution or statute states that the question of how citizenship of US-born children is for non-citizens is "an open legal issue."  FLORIDA
The mayor of Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum of Tallahassee spoke with NBC News & # 39; Ali Vitali on Trump's declared intention to get bourgeoisie's birthright in an interview on Tuesday night.
Gillum, battling former Republican Ron DeSantis, said the proposal was an example of an attempt by Donald Trump to be lawless again. "
" He does not believe the normal rules of operation apply to him, "Gillum continued," This was a deeply rooted principle and value that matched very well the American approach. "
At a campaign meeting on Tuesday In Tampa, DeSantis, who has teamed up with Trump, told fans that he ended his birthright for the president, although he expressed skepticism that Trump would indeed be able to.
"I do not think so the constitution stipulates that people would come illegally to obtain citizenship, "DeSantis said." That said, there's a long list of [Supreme Court] decisions that I think you'll have to expect. "