President Donald Trump and Democrat Dan McCready got into a little Twitter war Monday morning on the eve of NC's House Special Election.
"North Carolina, vote for Dan Bishop tomorrow. We need him badly in Washington! His opponent is a far left Sanctuary Cities Supporter," the president tweeted.
About three hours later, McCready replied back saying,"Actually, there’s one person in this race who has kept this country secure. I signed up after 9/11 to defend us in the Marines and fight the terrorists & I’m the only candidate who will stop your and Dan Bishop’s cuts to Fort Bragg. #countryoverparty"
President Donald Trump's rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina Monday will be more than just a measure of his clout in trying to elect a Republican to a key House seat. His appearance on Monday will be his first since a tough end of summer that saw slipping poll numbers, warning signs of an economic slowdown, and nonsensical battles over erroneous hurricane maps.
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The special election Tuesday is considered a toss-up. A GOP defeat in a red-leaning state could portend trouble for Trump's hopes for another term.
And the rally may also pose a different test: it will be held near where "Send her back" chants aimed at a foreign-born American congresswoman of color rattled the Republican Party and seemed to presage an ugly presidential campaign fought on race and division.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.