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close Video Trump looks to rally Republicans ahead of midterms President to tout economic growth, trade and North Korean summit during stops in four states. **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** On the roster: A good offense may be best defense for House GOP - Dems despair over backlash to bully tactics - Trump gets bump on economy - House to vote on immigration bill despite Trump - Don’t mess with iguanas before they get their coffee A GOOD OFFENSE MAY BE BEST DEFENSE FOR HOUSE GOPRepublicans are going to spends lots of time and money trying to protect their 23-seat House majority. There are almost 60 districts where the GOP is on defense, so the numbers look pretty grim for the Red Team. But the secret to Republican effort to save the House may come down to the handful of seats where they are actually playing offense. There are just seven seats currently held by Democrats where Republicans look to … [Read more...] about A good offense may be best defense for House GOP
President Trump takes credit for progress in talks between the Koreas as his supporters chant “Nobel” at a rally in Michigan. Michael Scherer authored the Big Idea in today's edition as James is on vacation. We have a full slate of Post authors for you this week before James returns on Monday. With Breanne Deppisch and Joanie Greve. THE BIG IDEA: When it comes to electoral politics, this is not normal long ago became the new normal. The latest transgression by the transgressor in chief just doesn’t seem to move the needle. (Send a bodyguard to raid a doctor’s office? Yawn.) Barring something major, like firing special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, it’s not clear the daily outrages have much more downside. And that’s good news for President Trump, who needs the upside of outrage to stay afloat.Trump’s big gambit has so far paid off — at least for him. He broke onto the scene as a political punchline making an argument no … [Read more...] about The Daily 202: Trump’s big gambit has paid off — at least for him.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Adrian Smith faces challenges this year from a trio of fellow Republicans wanting to represent Nebraska’s sprawling and largely rural 3rd district.Aurora small-business man Kirk Penner, Grand Island farmer Arron Kowalski and Alliance author Larry Bolinger are all seeking the GOP nomination, saying it’s time for change.All four candidates are scheduled to square off in a debate Wednesday night at Hastings College. Smith, 47, first elected in 2006, said his experience has made him an effective representative. He cited as one example his advocacy for rolling back the so-called Waters of the U.S. rule, which many farmers feared would bring high compliance costs.His seniority also has landed him a seat on the Ways and Means Committee, which tackles trade issues critical to agriculture and crafted much of the recent Republican tax bill.“Tax reform I think is a huge victory,” Smith said.Priorities on his agenda include workforce development, … [Read more...] about Saying it’s time for change, three fellow Republicans run against Rep. Adrian Smith