LEWIS CENTER, Ohio – Embracing his breakneck bring back to campaign politics, President Donald Trump on Saturday argued that Republicans needed to control Congress by casting the midterms for a referendum on himself.
In a raucous rally inside a sweltering gymnasium north of Columbus, Ohio, Trump pitched to your GOP candidate up in its own election monday and defiantly questioned the concept that, historically, the party that controls the White House suffers during the midterms, declaring “but I believe that why?”
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