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President Trump Makes His Final Pitch: It's Time to Vote Republican
06 November 2018, 07:38 | Joann Bryant
Trump: 'I Don't Care' if House Democrats Release My Tax Returns
Voter turnout could be the highest for a midterm election in 50 years, experts predicted.
Those seats are apportioned. based on the relative population of each state, so California gets the most with 53 seats - Montana. gets one.
Democrats are getting some high-profile campaigners to help them, including former President Barack Obama, who rallied voters in his home state of IL. He added: "The Democrat agenda is a socialist nightmare".
Mr Trump, in particular, has played on a visceral fear of weak borders and caravans of migrants heading from Central America to the U.S., and of the bogeys of runaway crime and socialist "mobs", if the Democrats gain ground and stall his agenda.
"If the Democrats manage to win at least one of the two chambers - there is a fair chance for a House takeover, but the Senate map looks very hard for the Democrats as Philip and Stefan explain - the u.s. will end up with a divided government". "It's an awakening of the Democratic Party".
He, like most analysts and party officials, said the most probable scenario is in between - Democrats pick up more than the 23 seats needed to gain the majority in the House, while the GOP is likely to hold onto its Senate majority and possibly gain a few seats.
Democrats during the 2016 demanded Trump release his tax returns. Others have pledged to pursue impeachment, although removal from office is unlikely so long as the GOP controls the Senate or even maintains a healthy minority.
More than at any other time of this campaign, Mr. Trump described Election Day as a make-or-break moment for his presidency and the political movement that brought him to power.
The party hopes younger voters, suburban moderates and minorities will be drawn to the polls to react against the president's rhetoric.
"So we just want to let them know that there will be prosecutions at the highest level".
Tuesday's elections will also test the strength of a Trump-era political realignment defined by evolving divisions among voters by race, gender and especially education.
Tens of millions of voters are expected to cast their ballots, and the results will decide all 435 seats in the House of Representatives, 35 of 100 Senate seats and 39 state and territorial governorships. "They've really become radicalised". "You see how they've behaved". The demographic shifts also reflect each party's closing argument.
In the final stages of the campaign, Trump has ramped up his hard-line rhetoric on immigration and cultural issues including warnings about a caravan of migrants headed to the border with Mexico and of liberal "mobs".
The Republican president is the omnipresent figure as Americans render their verdict Tuesday on the past 21 months of Trumpism.
"Health care is on the ballot", former President Barack Obama told Democratic volunteers in Virginia. "But if there's any issue that hits people directly and you can get away with not being about Trump, it's healthcare".
"This first midterm, at this check-in moment, to have these different forces converge in different ways, to have the different loud landscape for the House and the Senate".
But mid-morning he tweeted to knock down what he said were rumors that Republican Senate candidate Josh Hawley left the arena in Cape Girardeau, Mo., where Trump held a rally to support him. A federal court threw out this attempt in Georgia, allegedly a planned effort by Republican candidate for the post of governor, its current secretary of state Brian Kemp.
"I feel less comfortable making a prediction today than I have in two decades", Republican pollster Frank Luntz said.
Trump doesn't think much of that poll.
However, after an election campaign marred by extremist violence, opponents called the polls a chance to curtail a president they accuse of deliberately stirring racism and social division in the search for votes.
Trump vs. Obama in the final weekend of the midterms
If you haven't voted yet, you can still take part in early voting through Sunday, November 4 in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties. Shortly afterward, Trump said in West Virginia that he'd watched Obama's speech on television aboard Air Force One.
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When asked what two positive results could do for United's season, Smalling said: "I think that it would galvanise us". We trained with our kids too, mixed with us on one of the days, which is an fantastic feeling for them.
Americans Prepare to Render Midterm Verdict on Trump
And both of those things are significantly more important than the tone of Donald Trump's 240-characters-at-a-time thoughts. Anxious Republicans privately expressed confidence in their narrow Senate majority but feared the House was slipping away.