Trump at rally: ‘You have no choice but to vote for me’

President Donald Trump rallied supporters in New Hampshire as Israel reversed course and will allow Rep. Rashida Tlaib to visit on “humanitarian grounds.”
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Transcript for Trump at rally: ‘You have no choice but to vote for me’
President trump in New Hampshire overnight telling a packed rally you have no choice but to vote for me. This of course, after that unprecedented move, the president pressuring Israel not to allow two democratic rivals into that country. ABC's Terry Moran is in Manchester with the latest. Just this morning, news that Israel might be reversing course. Give us a reality check here. Reporter: Not reversing course there, Cecilia. Good morning. They are however, opening the door a little bit and we'll get to that. President trump lost this state of New Hampshire by a razor thin margin in 2016, so he's taking aim at it in 2020, and he was road testing some of his themes L.A. Night on a day where you said he made big news of his presidential clout on the world stage. Overnight, president trump taking the stage in Manchester for a raucous stump speech. At one point, hurling insults at a protester. That guy's got a serious weight problem. Go home, start exercising. Reporter: He also tried out a message of positivity. Our movement is built on love. Reporter: The president talking gun rights. We will always uphold the second amendment. Reporter: But he also seemed open to the possibility of background checks for some gun purchasers. It's not the gun that pulls the trigger. It's the person holding the gun. Reporter: But the president did not directly address how he used his presidential powers to pressure Israel into barring two of his political enemies from entering the country. Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu denying ilhan OMAR and Rashida tlaib entry into the country after trump tweeted it would show weakness. How can Israel say, oh, welcome. Reporter: OMAR and tlaib, the first Muslim women elected to congress, boycotters of that country, have been targets of trump and his supporters. This morning, Israel announcing that tlaib would be allowed into the country only for a humanitarian visit to see her grandmother, but still denying access to OMAR. OMAR saying in a statement, trump's Muslim ban is what Israel is implementing. This time, against two dually elected members of congress. So as for congresswoman tlaib, Israel now she has she can enter Israel only on humanitarian ground. She's a palestinian-american. She can visit her grandmother, but Israel says she has to keep her mouth shut, and she can't speak her mind on Israel or the Palestinian territories. A lot of restrictions on that one, Terry. There is another big headline this morning that seems to have a lot of people scratching their heads. The president might be interested in buying Greenland? Tell us more. Reporter: Yeah. This is a thing. The president has inquired. He and his counsel. What are the possibilities of the U.S. Purchasing or acquiring the island of Greenland? It has come up before, with previous presidents. Dwight Eisenhower thought this. Denmark governs the foreign policy of Greenland, and they say it's no go. They say, I hope it's a joke. Terry Moran, thank you very much.

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