President Trump’s Midterm Arguments: Mobs, Immigration and the Economy

In front of thousands of supporters packed into in the Houston Toyota Center, President Donald Trump talked up his one-time rival Ted Cruz and starkly laid out his version of the choice voters face in the midterm elections on Nov. 6. Trump boiled it down to a slogan short enough to fit on a single Teleprompter screen: “Republicans produce jobs, Democrats produce mobs.”

Donald Trump Said Californians Are Rioting Over Sanctuary Cities. They Aren’t.

Over the weekend at a campaign rally for Sen. Dean Heller (R) in Nevada, President Donald Trump said this:

“I don’t think we like sanctuary cities up here.
“By the way, a lot of people in California don’t want them, either. They’re rioting now. They want to get out of their sanctuary cities. You know, there’s a big turn being made, folks. A lot of these sanctuary cities you’ve been hearing about in California and other places, but California, they want to get out, they’re demanding they be released from sanctuary cities.”

The Power of Electing Women at the State and Local Level

A fire has been ignited among women in this country. We saw it in the hours, days, weeks and months after the 2016 election. Women have organized together, protested together and now they are running in record numbers together. In 2018, almost two years after the election of President Trump and on the precipice of the most consequential midterm election of our time, we are seeing women support women like never before.

The Power of Electing Women at the State and Local Level

A fire has been ignited among women in this country. We saw it in the hours, days, weeks and months after the 2016 election. Women have organized together, protested together and now they are running in record numbers together. In 2018, almost two years after the election of President Trump and on the precipice of the most consequential midterm election of our time, we are seeing women support women like never before.

The Women Who Gave Trump the White House Could Tip the Midterms to Democrats

When Donald Trump this week publicly disparaged his former aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman as a “dog,” he crystallized again the belligerent style and volatile behavior that has exposed Republican candidates in November to the risk of a crushing backlash among women. The most important unanswered question for the midterm election may be how far that backlash extends among the women whose preponderant support keyed his victory in the first place.