Trump Reverts To Campaign Mode For Louisville Stop

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- President Trump reverted back to campaign mode for his third visit to Louisville in a year.

President Trump ran the gamut in his speech to a crowd estimated to be around 16,000, jumping from policy to policy and drawing cheers from a friendly crowd on all of them.

The President made reference to the ongoing confirmation hearing of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, making a push for a bi-partisan confirmation but made no reference to the FBI investigation into the alleged wiretapping or Russian involvement in the election,

Trump called out former Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear's rebuttal of his address to Congress, saying Beshear's plan didn't work and that Gov. Bevin "will save us."

The President got a big cheer when he told the crowd he was keeping his promise to bring back to coal jobs, citing an EPA regulation he had already struck down.

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