Biden said in his appearance that "basic American values are under assault" and that the upcoming election was "bigger than politics".
"Now the last was for middle-income and for business and our business is now coming back because of it", Trump said.
"I don't agree with Nancy Pelosi's agenda, but this is absolutely the wrong way to express those disagreements", tweeted Republican Rep. Steve Scalise, who past year was seriously wounded after a shooting at a congressional baseball team practice.
Several Republicans including Rep. Steve Scalise and Sen.
Trump also claimed without evidence that Democrats want them to enter the USA because "they're gonna vote Democrat".
Trump's Nevada visit was aimed at boosting Heller, whose opponent is Rep. Jacky Rosen as Democrats push to regain control of the Senate. It also raises the question of whether he can credibly argue that his presidency is on the ballot to get his supporters out to vote and then turn around and say his record has nothing to do with a possible Republican disaster.But he's going to try.
Biden, whose appearance ended shortly before Trump's began, said the United States was founded "on an idea, the American idea, basic fundamental decency, and it's being shredded".
Biden and Rosen rallied with members of Culinary Union 226, which represents about 57,000 housekeepers, bartenders and other workers in the casinos and hotels of the city.
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The heavily immigrant union's voter turnout was credited with giving Democrats key victories in Nevada in 2016.
Today President Donald Trump is holding his third rally in as many days, this time in Elko, Nevada.
A few hours earlier, former Vice President Joe Biden is set to be in Las Vegas. On Monday, the President will be in Texas to campaign for Republican Sen.
Trump, trying to hold onto Republicans' narrow 51-49 advantage in the Senate, said a vote for Sinema "is dangerous" because it would empower Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, the Republican-held governorships in Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan and Iowa are up for grabs, with the Democratic nominee pulling even or ahead in the polls.
That's one of the themes he's hitting on during a visit to Western states as he makes his closing arguments for Republican candidates before the November 6 election.
On a three-day swing out West to make his closing arguments for Republican candidates, Trump sought to hone in on immigration as one of the defining election issues this fall by falsely accusing Democrats of wanting "open borders" and encouraging illegal immigration. He warned of dire consequences if Kyrsten Sinema (SIN'-uh-muh), the Democratic congresswoman challenging McSally, is victorious.