"Our Department of Justice and our FBI have to start doing their jobs and doing it right and doing it now because people are angry, people are angry," Trump said at a rally in Evansville where he worked for The Republican Senate fought contestant Mike Brown.
Trump also suggested that he could take on a larger role in the Department of Justice – comments that were made a few hours after Bloomberg's statement that Attorney General Jeff Sessions would remain in office until after the November midterm elections.
What happens is a shame, and at some point – I wanted to stay outside, but eventually, if it's not right – I want them to do their job ̵
Trump also attacked his opponent Clinton from 2016.
"Look what she's going through," Trump said. "Let's see."
The crowd responded with songs from "Shut Down!"
The rally was Trump's second Visit to Indiana since the state's May Senate Democratic Senator Joe Donnelly, a senator he called "Sleepin & # 39; Joe".
The rally comes hours after a funeral service for GOP Senator John McCain – an almost constant target at Trump campaign rallies – whose coffin was flown to Washington when Trump traveled to Indiana.
It also comes the day after the president announced that his White House lawyer, Don McGahn, will be leaving later this year.
The Republicans are fighting for control of the House of Representatives and the Senate in the November elections. In the Senate, the party has a head start of two seats – and while their seats in Nevada, Arizona, Tennessee and Texas are in jeopardy, hopes the GOP Trump will carry it in five states, which he won in the double-digit range in 2016: Indiana, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota and West Virginia.
Brown attacked Donnelly for vetoing Trump's tax package late last year, and supported moderate immigration proposals. He has tried to link Donnelly to the positions of the more progressive Democrats, for example by demanding that the immigration and customs authorities be abolished.