US President Donald Trump urged supporters to get out and vote at a rally in Cleveland on Monday, a day before defining mid-term elections. Trump lamented political correctness and said most people hadn't heard of mid-term elections. «I mean, whoever even heard of mid-term — they don't even know what it is.» Trump said. «I've had a lot of people say 'I don't know what mid-term is but now I'm... Еще watching every single minute and I'm going out to vote', but the key is you have to go out to vote, because in a sense, I am on the ticket.» The president was in town supporting Republican nominee for governor of Ohio Mark DeWine. The state's Attorney-General and former US senator is facing a stiff challenge from Democrat Richard Cordray in what is widely expected to be a tight gubernatorial race. Trump will also be jetting off to rallies in Indiana and Missouri later the same day.