US President Donald Trump flew into Pensacola on Saturday night to support Republican candidates in the state of Florida, three days ahead of the midterm elections. The president defended his deployment of US troops to the southern border as a justified response to the caravan of migrants from Central America. After repeating claims of 'stone-throwing' from migrants, he said, «We don't want... Еще that in our country. We are not going to have it». Trump then accused Democratic Senator for California Dianne Feinstein and Texan counterpart John Cormyn of leaking Christine Blasey Ford's letter detailing allegations of sexual assault made against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Trump's presence in Florida could influence the outcome high-profile senatorial and gubernatorial races. Traditionally seen as a bellwether, the sunshine state may prove key in the battle for control of the US congress.