TRUMP'S CLOSING ARGUMENT: President Trump on Monday night touted his administration's progress during his first two years in office as he gave a final push for Republican candidates hours before Election Day ... Speaking to FOX News host Sean Hannity in Cape Girardeau, Mo., Trump criticized the Obama administration's path and said that, "if their agenda kept going forward" the economy would have deteriorated. "We were going down. It was very bad when I took it over and if we didn’t open it up and cut regulations, the whole Obama thing would’ve collapsed," the president said on FOX News Channel. "It would’ve been a disaster."
Hannity's interview with the president was cut short as host Laura Ingraham, of "The Ingraham Angle," interjected — asking Trump what he wants to tell Americans who seek "calm and unity" among a divided nation. "Well I think success will do that," he said. "I think we have to get over this election, see how it comes out. It’ll be an interesting time. And I really think we have to do that first." - Reported by Nicole Darrah (@nicoledarrah on Twitter)