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CNN’s Jim Acosta is an embarrassment: David Bossie

Former Trump campaign aide David Bossie on CNN’s lawsuit against the Trump administration over reporter Jim Acosta’s press pass being revoked.

Watch the whole segment with David Bossie on Lou Dobbs Tonight.

Fox News: Bossie: Midterm election results mean Trump's 2020 reelection prospects look better than ever

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.

The election results bode well for President Trump's re-election prospects in 2020.

The midterms this year will be remembered as an awesome display of American democracy, as voter turnout levels went through the roof in a non-presidential year.

The political experts who historically bemoan the lack of voter participation in midterms saw Americans flock to the polls to weigh in on the most consequential off-year elections in recent memory.

In an unprecedented fashion, President Trump took matters into his own hands by tirelessly campaigning across the country for Republican candidates and making the difference in many high-stakes races.

In a year in which Democrats were supposed to completely dominate in President Trump's first midterm elections, the American people spoke loudly and delivered a mixed bag of results.

Despite the left’s permanent obstruction campaign against the president from Day One and the massive amount of energy it generated, as of this writing the Democrats have lost at least four incumbents in the U.S. Senate and only managed to secure a small majority in the House.

There’s only one way to describe it: there was supposed to be a surefire blue wave hitting our shores, but it didn’t happen.

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Fox News: Bossie: Election Day is finally here – President Trump needs your support

It’s Election Day and it’s hard to remember a midterm where the stakes have been higher.

The ads have run. The policies have been put forward. The candidates have made their cases to the American people. Now it’s time to vote.

President Trump made the decision to treat 2018 like a presidential election year. He crisscrossed the country to make his final argument to the voters on behalf of Republican candidates. He presented compelling facts and accomplishments to show voters why it’s in their best interests to vote for Republicans and keep both houses of Congress in GOP hands.

In 2016, Trump campaigned for president as the ultimate political outsider who would come to Washington with fresh ideas and a new way of conducting the nation’s business.

No one gave him a chance. The establishment scoffed at him at every turn. The New York Times and Washington Post were helping Hillary Clinton measure the drapes at the White House. In the face of all that, Trump decided to do even more campaign rallies and overcome all odds to win.

Since Election Day on Nov. 8, 2016, the American left has made it clear that they hate this president more than they love our country, resisting and tarnishing him at every turn. The mainstream media, liberal academia, and the socialists in the Democratic Party launched a coordinated effort to try to end this presidency before it began. They failed miserably.

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Citizens United Political Victory Fund launches statewide digital ad campaign in Arizona U.S. Senate race

“I Don’t Think So”
CUPVF :15 – Arizona Senate

DJT: Martha’s opponent is a far left extremist named Kyrsten Sinema
DJT: She voted for Obama’s amnesty and she voted against the border wall
VO: Kyrsten Sinema, too radical for Arizona.
DJT: Is this what you want as your senator? I don’t think so Citizens United Political Victory Fund Is Responsible For The Content Of This Advertising



“Too Radical”
CUPVF :15 – Arizona Senate

VO: Kyrsten Sinema, too radical for Arizona.
DJT: Kyrsten Sinema voted strongly against tax cuts
DJT: Sinema voted to support deadly sanctuary cities
DJT: Get out and vote for Martha McSally Citizens United Political Victory Fund Is Responsible For The Content Of This Advertising




Fox News: Bossie: Trump successes are boosting GOP candidates in midterms – Don’t expect a blue wave

Many American families – busy getting into their autumn routines of juggling work, school and extra-curricular activities – are just now beginning to focus on who to vote for in the midterm elections Tuesday.

The central question people have to consider is this: Are you better off today than you were two years ago?

A lot has happened in the two years since the American people voted to make Donald Trump our president.

President Trump, the ultimate political outsider, has cemented his reputation as a leader who makes promises and keeps promises.

Despite unprecedented obstruction by Democrats, President Trump and Republicans in Congress have spent the past two years working to enact the president’s America First agenda.

First and foremost, the president's historic tax cut and deregulation program have kicked our economy into overdrive. Millions of jobs have been created. Unemployment is at its lowest level since 1969.

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Citizens United Political Victory Fund launches statewide digital ad campaign in Missouri U.S. Senate race

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“Immigration” – Missouri Senate

DJT: “She wants to let everybody pour into our country.”
DJT: “McCaskill doesn’t represent the people of Missouri.”
VO: Claire McCaskill voted to let illegals have your tax dollars
VO: Claire McCaskill — too liberal for Missouri
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CUPVF :15
“SCOTUS” – Missouri Senate

DJT: “McCaskill voted no on our new supreme court justice…”
DJT: “Claire McCaskill will never, ever vote our way…”
VO: No on Kavanaugh, No on Gorsuch.
VO: No on tax cuts too
VO: Claire McCaskill — too liberal for Missouri
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CUPVF Launches New Ad Campaign In Indiana

Today Citizens United Political Victory Fund launched a $325,000 television ad campaign in the Indiana U.S. Senate race that highlights incumbent Democrat Joe Donnelly’s liberal voting record.

Citizens United Political Victory Fund – Indiana Senate
:30 “Failed”



VO: Career politician Joe Donnelly
He’s failed Indiana
Voting no on tax cuts
and no on Justice Kavanaugh
But Donnelly did vote to let illegals have your tax dollars
We can’t trust Joe Donnelly to help President Trump secure our border
DJT: Joe Donnelly….says open up those borders… let ‘em come in. He wants amnesty
VO: Liberal Joe Donnelly - not our values
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Washington Examiner: New West Virginia poll points to GOP upset over red state Democratic senator

A new poll shows Republican challenger Patrick Morrisey inching ahead of Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin in West Virginia’s pivotal Senate race.

The poll, commissioned by the National Republican Senatorial Committee, shows Morrisey, the state attorney general, leading Manchin 44 percent to 42 percent. Libertarian Rusty Hollen takes 3 percent, and 12 percent are undecided.

Take Hollen out of the equation, and Morrisey leads Manchin 47 percent to 45 percent, with 8 percent undecided.

Since the confirmation fight over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Republican Senate candidates have surged in red states. West Virginia has remained a tough target for the GOP, however, even though President Trump won the state by 42 points in 2016. Manchin is up by 12 points in the RealClearPolitics polling average.

The survey of 600 likely voters was taken Oct. 16-18 with a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percent.

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Politico: 'Schumer's little pet': GOP takes one last swing at Manchin

INWOOD, W.Va. — Republicans are mounting a last-ditch effort to unseat Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, who is stubbornly holding on to a lead in this state that President Donald Trump won by 42 points.

On Monday, Donald Trump Jr. and former Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle rallied supporters for GOP candidate Patrick Morrisey and rained down insults on Manchin, following a weekend visit from Vice President Mike Pence. Citizens United laid down a $500,000 ad buy touting Morrisey as the “only candidate we can trust.” And President Donald Trump is considering a visit here just before Election Day, according to a Republican familiar with party deliberations.

“We want the president to come back here. This president’s been a difference-maker in this race. We’re in a good position to close,” Morrisey said in an interview after his rally with the president’s son. “We think the president’s going to come back.”

With Pence, Trump. Jr. and Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) all campaigning with Morrisey lately, the question has shifted to what the president will do. His time is valuable: There are only two weeks left until the election, and perhaps a half-dozen Senate races where Trump could help help spur GOP turnout.

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