The campaign has yet to follow through with further legal action.
It is unclear whether Trump saw the lettering.
"He's my kind of guy," Trump was quoted as saying.
The president's daughter-in-law told "Fox News @ Night" that the controversy surrounding Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court has inspired women to support the GOP, despite poll numbers indicating otherwise.
"You think that putting a sexual assaulter on the court is a victory for women?" a protester asked Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz over his vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
"At a time when nearly half of the school teachers in Texas are working a second job just to make ends meet, Ted Cruz wants to take our public tax dollars out of their classrooms," O'Rourke says in the new half-minute campaign ad.
"Here's your chance to vote for people who actually know what the internet is," Obama said. "You wouldn't let your grandparents pick your playlist. Why would you let them pick your representative who's going to determine your future?"
Ballot initiatives in Michigan, Missouri, North Dakota and Utah offer voters the opportunity to expand legal weed.
"There is a loss of civility, there is an anger, there is a rage on the far left that is frightening," the senator said. "The images of the left-wing mob beating on the doors of the Supreme Court—that's not good for the country."
Beto O'Rourke announced a staggering fundraising total, but continues to trail Ted Cruz in the polls.
The ad, which ran in local newspapers across the state on Sunday as an attack against GOP opponent Kevin Cramer, reportedly misidentified women who were victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and rape.
Trump's rally for Texas Senator Ted Cruz will be held at NRG Arena, which has only 8,000 seats, while the largest stadium in Texas has close to 103,000 seats.
The study came just three weeks before the 2018 midterm elections.
A new CNN poll found Monday that Texas Senate hopeful Beto O'Rourke was listed as a top 10 candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020.
"His ardent support for this amoral man betrayed the values that we hold as Republicans and as Christians," Andrew Shinn, a business professor at Fresno Pacific University, wrote.
"With the current Republican Party, they will never vote Republican."
In the days leading up to Kavanaugh's confirmation vote, Phil Bredesen said he believed Kavanaugh was worthy of becoming a Supreme Court justice.
The upstart Democrat vastly outraised the Texas incumbent throughout their race.
"So much is at stake in this country," the organization's founder and president told Newsweek. "And people are really paying attention to what's going on right now."