Tuesday’s midterm election results confirm beyond a doubt that President Trump is a political force of nature like we’ve never seen. He has a hugely successful agenda that tens of millions of Americans support wholeheartedly.

In the end, President Trump and the Republicans running for Senate and House had a big arrow in their quiver due to our rapidly growing economy, thanks to the amazing success of the Trump tax cuts and deregulation program.

Liberal calls to abolish the Immigrations and Customers Enforcement (ICE) agency and open up our borders and not enforce immigration laws also weighed heavily on the minds of voters. The lack of a positive agenda hurt the Democrats at the polls and will continue to hurt them going forward.

Not only did President Trump pave the way to victory in decisive U.S. Senate races around the country – he also was the key factor in several successful gubernatorial races that will be critical as we start to look forward to presidential swing states in 2020.

The importance of the gubernatorial election victories of Republican Ron DeSantis in Florida, Mike DeWine in Ohio, and Kim Reynolds in Iowa cannot be overstated. Let’s also remember that accordingly to publicly available data, they all could have easily lost – which makes these wins that much sweeter.
Source: Fox News

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