What is Trump’s ace in the hole?
Generally, the MAGA king benefits from the ignorance of the majority of people. He likes to keep people guessing.
In March, House Republicans conducted a survey to determine the opinions of swing voters and discovered that 75 percent believed Democrats to be ‘out of touch’ and ‘arrogant.’
As a result of the dismal state of the country under Democrat leadership, it is expected that Republicans will win the House in the midterm elections.
The survey revealed that an additional 67% of respondents believed that congressional Democrats’ spending was out of control.
National Republican Congressional Committee surveyed voters in 77 swing districts that President Joe Biden won by an average of 5.5 percentage points.
According to the NRCC, the GOP candidates in these districts led by four points in a poll conducted at the time and have gained seven points since February 2021.
And the situation has only deteriorated in the nation. Republicans have an opportunity for one of the most lopsided electoral victories in history. The majority of those elected to the House will have Trump’s support.
Trump has recently endorsed a politician who is unpopular with his base.
Kevin McCarthy, a member of the Republican House Minority, was one of the candidates Trump endorsed in his Sunday email to the Save America PAC.
Two days before the primary election in the socialist state of California, McCarthy is endorsed as he seeks to retain his seat. In the 2020 election, McCarthy defeated his Democratic opponent by a margin of 24.2%.
Trump wrote, “Congressman Kevin McCarthy is an exceptional representative for the people of California and a courageous leader of the House Republican Conference.”
More on this story via Republic Brief:
McCarthy’s support from Trump also comes just before the Democratic select committee plans to conduct hearings on the January 6 Capitol riot, which led to his impeachment as president last year.
According to McCarthy, he did not intend to comply with the panel’s subpoena, stating it was a part of the left’s ‘abusive tactics.’
But in April, in excerpts from a then-upcoming book quoted in a New York Times report, House Minority Leader McCarthy told Republican leaders, ‘I’ve had it with this guy,’ after the violence on January 6th.
As reported by the book, backstabbing McCarthy expressed interest in pushing Trump to step down, but McCarthy’s spokesman Mark Bednar denied this, saying to the Times: ‘McCarthy never said he’d call Trump to say he should resign.’ Read more here…