Wallace: ‘2018 will be Tough Election for Republicans’


There is credible chance that the Senate may be taken back by Democrats. This is something that we cannot allow to happen!

Political commentator Chris Wallace said that Republicans have a fight on their hands, and should be concerned of upcoming elections. He referenced the special election in Alabama for U.S. Senate, between Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Judge Roy Moore.

He said of Jones’ win, “You see a very energized Democratic voter base, especially among suburban women, young people, minorities.”

“We’re an eternity away, it’s 11 months away, but this is going to be a tough election for Republicans,” he continued, “And obviously, any effort of the president to pass his agenda would really be put in jeopardy were Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats to take back control of the House.”

Fox News Insider reports:

President Donald Trump this week held an Oval Office meeting with advisers from inside and outside the White House to discuss the 2018 midterms and concerns that the Republican Party could sustain significant losses.

The meeting – which was attended by White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, Communications Director Hope Hicks, Political Director Bill Stepien, former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, former campaign digital guru Brad Parscale and others – reportedly turned tense and contentious at times..

He said it will be difficult for Democrats to take the Senate, since they are defending 26 seats to the Republicans’ eight.

In the House, however, Wallace said there is speculation of 40 seats swinging to the Democrats, which would easily give them a majority.

 

 

 

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