President Trump goes off script

President Trump making another visit to West Virginia

President Trump making another visit to West Virginia

Trump's words echoed a speech Vice President Mike Pence delivered several weeks ago, also in Greenbrier County, in which he attacked Manchin for voting against the tax package.

He knocked Democrat U.S. Sen.

Although Trump's administration billed the event as an official visit to tout the benefit of the tax cut package Trump signed into law past year, Trump literally threw away his single page of prepared remarks and delved into 20 freewheeling minutes, alternating between policy points and political jabs.

Manchin also didn't support his plan for health care reform, according to Trump.

"This is an issue we are facing, and our office is tackling it head-on from a supply, demand and educational perspective", Morrisey said.

"I thought he would be helpful because he talks with me and says hello, but he voted against our tax plan", he said.

The White House says Trump will hear from West Virginia companies that provided benefits to workers due to the tax law, as well as from families and elected officials.

He'll be running for re-election later this year in West Virginia, which the president carried by 42 points in 2016.

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Both Morrisey and Jenkins took the opportunity to praise the president for his policies.

Those in the crowd cheered each time Trump mentioned plans to build a wall along the southern border of the United States. Gen. Patrick Morrisey, (R) Candidate for U.S. Senate. And, of course, he reminisced about his 2016 electoral victory in the Mountain State.

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In a tweet, the president credits "the strong immigration laws of Mexico and their willingness to use them".

Jenkins said Trump was keeping his promises to West Virginians. "We have felt the consequences of misguided and tone-deaf policies that damaged industries and communities across our state, but in the past year, we have seen a transformation". That all changed with the Trump administration.

A WVGOP press release stated that over 4.2 million Americans have benefitted from bonuses, wages and more money in their 401 (k) s as a result of Trump and Congressional Republicans' leadership on tax reform.

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