President Trump, Steven Portnoy, CBS discussed on WBBM Morning News
I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump is campaigning down to the wire ahead of tomorrow's midterms. Correspondent Steven Portnoy says he's covering eight states and five days in hopes of retaining GOP control of the house and Senate the president holds his final midterm rallies today in Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri is campaign says Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh will appear with him tonight. It Limbaugh's hometown of Cape Girardeau. Mr. Trump told a crowd in Tennessee last night. The contrast of this election could not be more clear, Democrats, produce mobs, Republicans produce jobs, seven and ten respondents. And the CBS news battleground tracker poll say the president is inspiring their vote either for him or against him. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, Washington. Stop in Missouri. The president wants to tip the tight Senate race between. Democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill and state attorney general Josh Hawley CBS's dean Reynolds from Springfield Kaskel. Who is sixty five years old has outraged Hawley four to one and yet the race here is basically a dead. He President Trump tweeting this past half hour that no matter what she says mccaskill will always vote against Republicans secretary of state, Mike Pompeo has just outlined renewed sanctions on Iran reimposing all sanctions that were previously lifted under the nuclear deal. This includes sanctions on Energie banking shipping and shipbuilding industries has temporary waivers have been granted to eight countries including China, India, South Korea and Turkey, Iranian president Hassan. Ruini is calling for punishment against the US neighbors in Litchfield park. Arizona are stunned over the murder of a sixty five year old grandmother her killer. Her eleven year old grandson nice neighborhood is fairly quiet is just so tragic tragic. Police say the boy shot Yvonne would. Edward after she and her husband told him to clean up his room. They say the boy then shot and killed himself. A new study shows men still aren't getting the message when it comes to protecting themselves from skin cancer live to CBS's. Vicki Barker, the researchers say skin cancer deaths. Among men have soared in wealthy nations, while mortality rates among women are rising more slowly or even declining in some places lead author Dorothy Yang of London's Royal free hospital. There is some evidence from several studies that suggest that many possibly don't protect your skin as well as women do more than ninety percent of melanoma cancers are caused by overexposure to the sun making it one of the most preventable of cancers. Something more men need to take on board. Deborah, SNP futures are up.