Trump's pitch: Tariffs, tax cuts and death penalty for drug dealers

Trump at Pennsylvania rally
Trump speaks at the rally in Moon Township, Pa. Photo: Nicholas Kamm / AFP / Getty Images

President Trump made a pitch for his new steel and aluminum tariffs at a campaign rally in Pennsylvania tonight, telling the crowd: "A lot of steel mills are now opening up because of what I did." He also plugged the GOP tax cuts and warned them that a Democratic victory in Tuesday's special election could increase the odds that Nancy Pelosi will become House speaker.

Why it matters: Republicans are pouring resources into state representative Rick Saccone's race — more than $10 million, according to the New York Times. Rep. Charlie Dent told the Times that if a Democrat wins the district that Trump took by 20 points, it would "send a bad signal around the country in districts far more competitive than this one."