Trump vows Republicans will 'keep the House' in GOP pep talk
March 21, 2018 | 2:18 PM
by Times TV

Washington: President Donald J. Trump spoke at the National Republican Congressional Committee March Dinner on Tuesday, March 20, in Washington, DC.

The President commented on Democrats, tax cuts, sanctuary cities, and immigration and chances for the G.O.P at the mid-term elections.

Despite signs that Democrats are in a strong position, U.S. President Donald Trump vowed on Tuesday to beat expectations and keep the House of Representatives in Republican control in the mid-term elections in November. Trump, who won an improbable victory in 2016 as an outsider, spoke at a National Republican Congressional Committee dinner in Washington that raised a record $32 million for Republican House candidates.

Whether the party can make good on Trump's prediction is far from clear as Republicans face headwinds holding onto control the House. Democrats, riding a wave of angst about Trump's presidency, hold an enthusiasm edge in public opinion polls.

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