President Trump is predicting voters will embrace his agenda on Tuesday and show their support by backing Republican candidates.
“I think the races are tough, but I have a feeling, but I just think, we’re going to win because we have a lot of enthusiasm on our side,” President Trump said.
The President has done his part, traveling to 11 campaign rallies in eight states in the past few days. The last minute push has been focused on Republican Senate candidates.
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That’s because, despite the President’s efforts, the latest polls show Democrats may win enough seats to become the majority in the House of Representatives.
While the President said he’s confident Republicans will do well on Tuesday, he was asked what his administration hopes to accomplish if Democrats take control of the house.
“I think it would be infrastructure more than anything else. They do want infrastructure…they want it…I do [want it as well] and we’re going to have it and I think we’re going to have that,” he explained.
But before the polls even close the President is warning about voter fraud.
President Trump said he plans to watch the election results at the White House and that he’ll decide how his administration moves forward after the votes are counted.