May 30, 2018

I met Trump in Nashville! Here's what he said

Amanda HeadRebel Contributor


In Tennessee, Republican Marsha Blackburn is running for senate, so President Trump held a rally in Nashville to rev up support ahead of the midterms in November.

I had every intention of going to the rally but that didn't happen. Instead I got something better:

A chance to meet the president in a private reception before the event.

He told us all about Blackburn's opponent (Hint: It's bad).

 

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commented 2018-05-30 20:48:13 -0400
“Robert Mcclelland commented 1 hour ago
I guess Andrew hasn’t been watching the Generic Congressional Vote Polls lately. Things are looking good for the GOP come November. ’

I’m watching the district specific ones. In this particular district, the Dems are leading by a couple of points. Fascinating, because Corker took it by 34% in 2012. This would be one of the more extreme vote swings – most have only been 10 or 15%.

The general polls don’t mean a whole lot. The Dems are at a disadvantage mostly of the subset of districts going to the polls this year, not any inherent electoral disadvantages – most of them are “toss ups” rather than firm swings. Overall the Dems lead by a few percent in vote intent at the moment, 44-40.
commented 2018-05-30 19:52:29 -0400
I guess Andrew hasn’t been watching the Generic Congressional Vote Polls lately. Things are looking good for the GOP come November.
commented 2018-05-30 16:52:57 -0400
Remember the good old days when the tolerant & inclusive left and the media party would never stoop so low as to trash talk PM Harper or his family, or his supporters? No me, neither.
commented 2018-05-30 16:42:09 -0400
Wow Andrew, you make it sound like Trump is the only person to ever “trash talk” in politics. Where have you been?
commented 2018-05-30 13:31:25 -0400
Of course Trump’s going to trashtalk her opponent – he’s about to lose another Senate seat to the Dems, which are polling well ahead in a traditional GOP haven, and is getting desperate as his tenuous grasp on the Senate is lost. 50-50!