President Trump campaigned in Montana on behalf of Senate candidate Matt Rosendale, a pro-life Catholic.
The president painted Democrats as weak on immigration, emphasizing the need, he said, to vote for Rosendale over Tester.
“This election is a choice between Democrats who want to abolish ICE and Republicans who want to abolish MS-13,” Trump said.
Closing out the rally, Trump urged people in Montana to gather their friends and family in November and “get out and vote Republican.”
Rosendale and Tester are facing off in a state Trump claimed victory in during the 2016 presidential election, winning by 20 percentage points.
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