President Trump spoke for nearly two hours at a rally in Michigan. Meanwhile, back in Washington, DC, journalists are gathering for the annual dinner that celebrates the First Amendment — an event that previous presidents attended yearly.
President Trump, speaking his rally, took a jab at the White House correspondents' dinner he's missing back in Washington.
President Trump stopped his rally for a moment so someone could attend to an audience member.
It's unclear what exactly happened, but Trump called for a doctor to help the rally-goer.
“Those are the people we love. Those are great people. And the doctors! Thank you, doctor. Great job. Amazing what people we have,” Trump said after the brief pause.
Watch the moment here:
President Trump is optimistic about the midterms.
"We gotta win the House. And you know what? We're going to win anyway. We're going to win the House," Trump said.
President Trump just brought up one of his fans: Kanye West.
"Kanye West gets it," Trump said. "He gets it."
Trump frequently touts historically low black unemployment rates. (However, they remain well above unemployment rates for white people.)
Earlier this week, Kanye West sent out several tweets praising President Trump and criticizing President Obama.
Here is one of the many tweets Kanye West sent about his love for President Trump:
President Trump said he did the US "a great favor" when he fired former FBI Director James Comey.
Comey is currently promoting his new book, "A Higher Loyalty." In it, he paints Trump as a relentless liar who is obsessively unethical, devoid of humanity and a slave to his ego, who is clueless about his job and unconcerned about a Russian assault on American democracy.
President Trump told a rally in Michigan “we are not playing games” when it comes to North Korea.
As he mentioned the strained relationship between the US and North Korea three to four months ago with some predictions of a possible nuclear war, people in the audience started chanting “Nobel!”
"Peace is going to keep us out of nuclear war," Trump said.
He said the world went from having a potential disaster, but the Olympics and North Korea’s participation helped to turn things around.
Trump said he thinks he and Kim are going to have a meeting in the next three to four weeks. Trump said Friday there are two possible locations for the meeting.
President Trump said he spoke to South Korean President Moon Jae-in following his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Trump said Moon and Kim had a "very good meeting" — and he said Moon gives the credit to the US.
"I had one of the fake news groups this morning. They were saying, 'What do you think President Trump had to do with it?' I'll tell you what. Like, how about everything?"
The crowd chanted "Nobel! Nobel!" as Trump spoke about North Korea.
Just days after Dr. Ronny Jackson withdrew his nomination to lead Veterans Affairs amid allegations of misconduct, President Trump told a cheering crowd in Michigan that he has five people who want to run the department.
Trump then brought up Sen. Jon Tester, saying what he did to Dr. Jackson was a "disgrace." (Tester is the top Democrat on the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee. He raised concerns about allegations against Jackson, including that he loosely handled prescription pain medications, was intoxicated during an overseas trip, and created a toxic work environment.)
Earlier today, Trump called on Tester to resign.
"I know things about Tester that I could say ... and if i said them, he'd never be elected again," Trump said at the rally tonight.
President Trump kicked off his rally in Washington Township, Michigan, with a jab at the White House correspondents' dinner happening now in DC, which celebrates the First Amendment.
"You may have heard that I was invited to another event tonight," Trump said.