Trump doubles down on border battle ahead of midterms
Days before the midterms, President Trump suggested the deadly shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue and the mail bombs sent to high profile politicians served as a distraction to voters. Those comments came while the president pumped up his supporters and his rhetoric on immigration Thursday in Missouri. NBC’s chief White House correspondent Hallie Jackson reports for TODAY.
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