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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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Deseret News: Moderate Democrats in Congress are fighting two battles: one against Republicans, and one against other Democrats

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The Business Journal: Lewandowski, Bossie Eye 2020 Win for Trump

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