Trump Says Energized Republicans Must Vote to Ensure Unexpected Senate Wins

Trump Says Energized Republicans Must Vote to Ensure Unexpected Senate Wins

The Senate confirmed 15 of President Trump's judicial picks Thursday night after GOP leaders reached a deal with Democrats, clearing about a third of the backlog and closing up shop through Election Day to give senators a chance to campaign.

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More significantly, 77 percent of Democrats are now saying that they are "very motivated" to vote, compared to only 68 percent of Republicans - a bad sign considering other recent surveys showing Democrats with a marked lead over Republicans in a number of key districts in the House of Representatives.

Progressives are furious that Democrats keep allowing Trump to reshape the courts for generations without putting up a fight, especially after a bitter and bruising fight over Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court. "Maybe", Trump resolved, pointing to a shared interest between Republicans and Democrats in getting an infrastructure deal done.

But Democrats are defending 25 seats, so being back home is more consequential for them.

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According to the results of the Politico/Morning Consult poll, which was conducted entirely after Kavanaugh's tempestuous hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, 46 percent of voters believe that the Senate "made the wrong decision" by confirming Kavanaugh while only 40 percent said that the Senate was correct in doing so. But Senate leader Mitch McConnell says that plan would backfire.

"I think that people understand that there's a difference between the people talking on national news and the people they know in their neighborhood", he said. The president's party almost always loses seats in midterm elections, with the average loss of House seats ranging between 20 and 30.

"Elections matter and I would like my colleagues to be able to go home", she said. "I think you're going to see a lot of things happen on November 6 that would not have happened before", Trump said Monday as he departed for an event in Florida.

"Mitch is going to do what Mitch is going to do", he said. "We need to do that". "As soon as he had got nominated, I was getting immediate hate tweets", Kavanagh told Inside Edition.

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