Trump says Republicans should run on his record

Trump says Republicans should run on his record

Trump says Republicans should run on his record

National Republican groups have spent $3.5 million, far more than Democrats, on TV ads that attempt to link O'Connor with Nancy Pelosi, though the moderate Democrat has said he won't back her for party leader.

Embracing his breakneck return to campaign politics, President Donald Trump on Saturday argued that Republicans needed to control Congress by casting the midterms as a referendum on himself.

"So we're blowing them away, and that's good because those are the people that love us", he added.

"Will be going to OH tonight to campaign for Troy Balderson for the big Congressional Special Election on Tuesday", the president tweeted. "So suburban women in particular here are the ones that are really turned off".

Continuing his trend of being as useful on Twitter as a stick of butter over an open flame, President Donald Trump unleashed yet another prestigious endorsement for an Ohioan on his favorite website.

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Kasich said Balderson told him he hadn't had anything to do with the president's decision to come to Ohio.

"I asked him, I said, Troy, why did you invite Trump in here, the president?"

He also brought on-stage Freedom Caucus member and Ohio Representative Jim Jordan, who praised the president on his leadership and accomplishments, amid cheers from the crowd saying "speaker of the house". Every student receives free tuition, as well as free food, uniforms and free bicycles. The race is surprisingly close, given the usual Republican advantage in the district.

The president ended his tweet by saying "I like Mike!" - seeming to side with Michael Jordan in the debate over whether he or James is the greatest National Basketball Association player of all time.

President Trump also said in his tweet "I like Mike!" in an apparent reference to the debate over whether LeBron James is better than National Basketball Association legend Michael Jordan.

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