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All signs point to strong Republican showing in November midterms

MIAMI – With lower than two weeks left earlier than the November midterm elections, all signs are pointing to a strong Republican showing that might consequence in a swap of celebration management in the House and presumably the Senate.

That’s superb information for former President Donald Trump.

While Trump has been an uneven presence in the 2022 marketing campaign — he has endorsed and held rallies for all kinds of GOP candidates, whereas solely lately beginning to air advertisements on their behalf by an excellent PAC — what you may be certain of is that if issues go nicely for Republicans in 13 days, the previous President shall be on the entrance of the road to take credit score.

As CNN’s Gabby Orr reported in a current story on Trump and his 2024 machinations:

“[A]s Trump considers using a potential red wave as the backdrop for his presidential campaign launch, some Republicans said he is likely to demand more credit than he’s owed.”

This makes excellent sense — as a result of that’s what Trump does.

He has repeatedly claimed credit score for “making” any variety of candidates from J.D. Vance in Ohio to Ron DeSantis in Florida. And he often brags about candidates he endorsed profitable primaries.

So, you possibly can think about what Trump would do with a pink wave — or something shut to it — sweeping the nation on November 8. He will cast himself as the rationale behind Republican positive factors and try to use it as a springboard for a marketing campaign launch that might come shortly after.

And the factor is, there will not be anybody throughout the GOP keen to step up and question Trump’s claims of credit score. Because he’s each the loudest voice in the room and the most well-liked individual in the celebration.

The Point: A win for Republicans on November 8 would accrue to Trump’s political profit — whether or not or not he ought to get as a lot credit score for it as he’ll undoubtedly take. 

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