President Donald Trump met with House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy today and said he wants to work hard to ensure the GOP recaptures the House of representatives from pro-abortion Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Democrats in 2022.
Joe Biden may be in the White House, but down-ballot races were much better for Republicans as they picked up Congressional seats in 2020.The conventional wisdom held that Democrats would pick up more than the 235 seats they won in the 2018 midterm elections, but Republicans are within a dozen seats from taking over the House.
And the GOP’s victories in state-level elections could pay dividends long after Biden leaves office, thanks to their influence over next year’s redistricting process.
All that sets up a scenario where President Trump wants to help ensure their success and met with House of Representatives Republican leader Kevin McCarthy on Thursday and agreed to help Republicans win back the majority in the House. His Save America PAC will work closely with pro-life Republicans to make this happen:
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“President Trump has agreed to work with Leader McCarthy on helping the Republican Party to become a majority in the House,” Save America said in a statement. It said the meeting at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida “was a very good and cordial one.”
Earlier in the day, Newsmax reported that Corey Lewandowski, a longtime adviser to Trump, had confirmed that the former president intends to be “actively involved” in the Republican Party.
Lewandowski made his comments during a Fox News interview.
“The president continues to have enormous support and approval among Republican primary voters,” he said. “He continues to have hundreds of millions of dollars in his campaign account, which he can utilize. And he will continue to be actively involved in recruiting candidates and holding elected officials accountable for their votes.”
Lewandowski managed Trump’s 2016 presidential primary campaign and was an adviser on his 2020 reelection campaign.