Elsewhere in Orange County, Kellie Hachten, a 53-year old director of hospitality, drove to a special mobile polling station so she could cast a ballot for her embattled congressman, Rep. Dana Rohrbacher, and other Republicans.
Democrats hope the president's hardline rhetoric will help them entice younger voters, suburban moderates and minorities to the polls.
The then 47-year-old Democrat, who became the 44th US president, garnered 365 electoral votes and almost 53 per cent of the popular vote, while his 72-year-old Republican challenger captured 173 electoral votes, more than 45 per cent of the popular vote.
"They're telling us that the single most grave threat to America is a bunch of poor impoverished broke hungry refugees a thousand miles away".
"House forecast: Democrats will win 226 seats (and the House majority) while Republicans will win just 209 seats".
"[It will mean] he can fire Jeff Sessions and essentially end the Mueller investigation and replace him with the attorney general of his choosing".
The outcome is clouded by the dramatically different landscape between the House and Senate. "Vote for the Democrat".
"Before the pipe bombs or the massacre at the synagogue in Pittsburgh, I thought we'd hold the Senate with maybe a two-seat pickup, and I thought we'd also hold the House", he says.
Five percent are still undecided about their vote in the Senate race.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said his and the president's efforts to "remake the federal judiciary would come to a screeching halt if there was a Majority Leader [Charles E.] Schumer". If Trump manages to pull off a victory in terms of retaining control of one or both Houses, it will be seen as a validation of his stand that poor migrants and refugees from other countries are a threat to the peaceful life of the American people and send out a clear message to the world on what the original "country of migrants" now thinks on that issue. That means one thing for certain - a lot of oversight. "You hear those Republicans brag about how good the economy is, where do you think that started?" he asked. Another segment mobilized by the chief executive's vows to curb immigration and his boasts about the economy, which in the final week of campaigning reached the lowest USA unemployment rate in 49 years.
He's cleaning up the last administration's mess, Sarah Sanders argued on Monday to press at the White House. But there, the map was even tougher, with Democrats defending 10 Trump states and Republicans defending only one won by Hillary Clinton. And if those toss-up races tilted Republican in the House, you'd think they'd also tilt Republican in the Senate, where the terrain is even redder.
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"They're making more money".
Trump supporters from around the country joined the president and top Trump team figures on a "Lead One Vote to Victory Telephone Town Hall" conference call Monday.
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But Republicans who have been down this road before offer words of caution - be careful what you wish for.
Later in the day, the former president was campaigning in his hometown of Chicago for businessman J.B. Pritzker, the Democrats' nominee for IL governor. Those who fueled that movement demanded instant results.
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So Democrats could win as few as 203 and as many as 262?
"These constituencies are gonna expect abolishing ICE".
And problem three, Democrats wouldn't be the only ones giving Mr Trump a hard time. Not this time. Energized by the Senate judiciary committee hearings over the nomination of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court and by searing opposition to the President, the Democrats have raised about 50 per cent more money in 32 of the 45 closest House races. There is a possibility that they may move for impeachment. "I played by the rules, what can I say?".
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