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CLEVELAND-- President Donald Trump is urging Republicans to turn out for the midterm elections in order to keep his "political movement going."

Trump on Monday in Cleveland repeatedly drew stark contests between Republicans and Democrats, saying the opposition party was for "open borders" and for "rising" crime.

He also invoked the final days of the 2016 campaign, comparing his upset victory then to Republicans defying the polls now and potentially keeping both houses of Congress.

Most polls suggest that the GOP will maintain control of the Senate but could lose the House.

In Ohio, Trump went through some of his campaign greatest hits, including a swipe at his 2016 general election foe, Hillary Clinton.

Trump is set to do rallies in Indiana and Missouri later Monday.

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