- President Trump told the Associated Press voters have told him they won’t vote in the midterms because he is not on the ballot
- President Trump is bragging about the size of his campaign rallies ahead of November’s midterm election
- ‘Never an empty seat in these large venues, many thousands of people watching screens outside,’ he wrote on Twitter Monday morning
- Trump is going all-in on the 2018 election to help Republicans keep control of the House of Representatives and the Senate
- He has three campaign rallies this week and has already done eight this month
- He is focusing his efforts in Republican red territory where his base is strongest
President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he is not to blame if Republicans lose control of the House of Representatives in November’s election.
He told the Associated Press voters have told him they won’t vote in the midterms because he is not on the ballot.
But the president said otherwise he believes he is ‘helping’ candidates in the midterm elections even as his administration deals with fire storms on missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi, his tweets on porn star Stormy Daniels, and the aftermath of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s controversial confirmation process.
‘I don’t believe anybody has ever had this kind of impact,’ he told the AP.
President Trump said Tuesday he is not to blame if Republicans lose control of the House