Trump just made a big announcement that could change everything in the 2018 election
The 2018 mid-term elections are only two weeks away and all polls indicate that most of the Senate elections are tight.
Both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are on the campaign trail to bolster Democrats’ chances of victory.
But President Trump just made a big announcement that could change everything in the 2018 election.
The Trump campaign announced that the President will join the campaign trail to help retain the majorities in the House and the Senate.
They also announced a major financial contribution to Republican candidates that has Democrats afraid of what could happen in November.
With just two weeks left until the midterm elections, President Donald Trump’s campaign announced Tuesday plans for “at least” 10 more campaign rallies before November 6th.
“President Trump is all-in for the midterms to lead the GOP to victory on Election Day,” campaign manager Brad Parscale said in a statement. “His winning spirit is energizing Americans across the country to get out the vote and keep the momentum of our America First agenda going strong.”
The president plans to host a rally in Wisconsin, on Wednesday, North Carolina on Friday, and Illinois on Saturday.
The Trump campaign also announced a $6 million ad buy in television and digital advertising for Republican candidates beginning on Monday and sent $3 million to the Republican National Committee, according to a release sent to reporters.
Recently, President Trump campaigned for Senator Ted Cruz in Houston.
Tens of thousands of voters showed up to see the President.
There is no doubt that President Trump can mobilize voters and turn out big crowds.
Donald Trump making campaign stops for key Republican candidates could put conservatives over the top.