Trump had once courted Heitkamp, even inviting her to NY to discuss a Cabinet post soon after his 2016 election victory.
He criticized her for voting against Republican health care and tax legislation, and evoked loud boos when he said she voted against a bill "to stop late-term abortions".
"We have to pick a great one".
Heitkamp stood next to Trump at the White House when he signed a banking deregulation bill into law, alarming some Republicans who anxious he was becoming too close to her. Trump also invited her to join him on stage with Cramer during a past appearance in North Dakota.
"You are the people who farm the prairie, tamed the badlands and squeezed oil out of rock", Trump said, speaking directly to the North Dakota citizens who lived under "big handsome skies".
Trump slammed the Number Four House Democrat during his campaign rally in Fargo, North Dakota on Wednesday night.
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Trump called instead for the election of Republican U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer, one of his staunchest allies in Congress. The most important thing that we can do, ' Trump said. She voted to confirm 21 of Trump's 26 Cabinet-level nominations. But Kennedy's decision to retire seemed to give him extra firepower, and he said he wanted to pick a jurist who could spend at least 40 years on the court. "It means the nominee must meet with senators, have a hearing and receive a thorough review of their record - just as we did with Justice Gorsuch, who I supported - which is critical for someone who could take a seat on the highest court in our land".
President Trump tore into Sen. But I'll tell you what: "good woman", Trump said then.
"Instead she went to Washington and immediately joined Chuck - you know who Chuck is - and Nancy", he told a crowd of almost 6,000 at a Fargo hockey arena.
"I want to make a plea to my Democrat friends", the president said.
The president also mocked Democrats' talk of a "blue wave" in November that help their party take back the House, saying they "keep talking about this blue wave", but "their blue wave is really sputtering pretty badly".
Trump is telling rallygoers in Fargo, North Dakota, that those who have made threats and posted employees' personal information are "radical Democrat protesters" who "want anarchy". "But North Dakota voters know better".
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