President Donald Trump appears to be distancing himself from the fate of House Republican candidates two days before the midterm elections.
Trump told reporters as he left the White House en route to a pair of rallies Sunday that he thinks “we’re going to do well in the House, but as you know, my primary focus has been on the Senate, and I think we’re doing really well in the Senate.”
Trump is also telling reporters that Republican enthusiasm is off the charts and that the “level of fervor” is very high.
And he’s crediting the dozens of rallies he’s held on behalf of candidates, saying that they “have really been the thing that’s caused this big fervor” to start and to continue.
Trump will be holding rallies in Georgia and Tennessee on Sunday.
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