President Trump Rallies His Supporters in Louisville, Kentucky

President Donald Trump made his way to Louisville, Kentucky on Monday in an effort to keep his base excited and to also drum up support for the GOP healthcare bill that faces stiff opposition in Congress. It’s not random happenstance that finds Trump in Kentucky, the chief conservative opposition to the healthcare bill is being led by Kentucky’s own, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY).

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