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Trump Robocalls Support for GOP Candidate in Kansas

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Ron Estes, R-Kan. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

By    |   Monday, 10 Apr 2017 07:17 PM

President Donald Trump is on a robocall stump in Kansas to support GOP congressional candidate Ron Estes ahead of Tuesday's special election to fill the seat left open by CIA Director Mike Pompeo.

The call lasts for 1 minute 5 seconds, The Wichita Eagle reported.

"On Tuesday, Republican Ron Estes needs your vote and needs it badly," the president pitches, according to the newspaper. "Ron is a conservative leader who's going to work with me to make America great again."

Estes is facing Democrat James Thompson, a lawyer, in the special election.

National Republicans have poured last-minute resources into the race, including $92,000 in advertising from the National Republican Congressional Committee, the Eagle reported. 

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, also campaigned with Estes in Wichita on Monday, telling a rally, "Today, the eyes of the whole country are on Kansas," Axios reported.

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President Donald Trump is on a robocall stump in Kansas to support GOP congressional candidate Ron Estes ahead of Tuesday's special election to fill the seat left open by CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
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