"We're asking President Trump to live to his promises of more and better jobs in America instead of having our jobs being outsourced", Jerome Frederick said. Man, he was gone so fast.
The poll comes as GOP leaders and lawmakers advance Kavanaugh's confirmation process; potentially holding a full vote on the Supreme Court nominee as early as Saturday morning.
Then reviving a popular crowd-pleasing rally tricked, he dropped Franken's name by saying he wouldn't: "I don't want to mention Al Franken's name so I won't".
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith was appointed by Minnesota's governor to succeed Franken.
Trump is hoping to boost Republicans chances in November by making a stop in southern Minnesota where races across the state are tightening.
Franken resigned after several women accusing him of groping or forcibly kissing them. "Thank you so much for coming, everybody".
"You see what's going on in Congress right now with one of the most respected people potentially, hopefully Supreme Court Justice, Brett Kavanugh", said Trump. "We need a chance to make things right again", Seifert said.
Trump gave her a hug and told the audience, "Vote for her. Vote for Karin".