Conservative thinker and radio host Rush Limbaugh visited his hometown of Cape Girardeau, Mo. to open a rally with President Trump on the eve of an important Senate election in the state.

"Somebody said that the president and all of us have been labeled by some Democrats and the media as 'divisive'," he said.

"Divisive? The Democrats haven't even accepted they lost the election in 2016," Limbaugh said. "It's serious stuff."

Limbaugh said that though the left and the press want the public to believe Trump "colluded with Putin" -- it was instead Hillary Clinton who allegedly colluded with Russia.


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"These rallies are the envy of 'Official Washington'," he said. "They're jealous."

"Joe Biden can't fill a phone booth because he's looking for someone to punch out," Limbaugh said of Democrats' attempts to rival Trump rallies.

In Missouri, State Attorney General Josh Hawley is seeking to unseat Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill in a race with razor-thin polling numbers.

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