A few competitive races could change control of Legislature

An air war between Democrats and Republicans in upstate NY is giving a glimpse of attacks likely to be replicated in key congressional races in states including Pennsylvania and Iowa in the final three weeks of the campaign.

In an interview with Good Morning America on Tuesday, Trump made the claim that Ryan wanted to run for the nomination in 2020 and that he would not want to face the NY businessman.

The yawning divide between the two men comes amid growing odds that Democrats could win back control of the House chamber in November.

Ryan said he'll campaign instead for GOP congressional candidates. Her ad shows Faso urging Republicans to unite behind Trump. "But I'm still voting for him". "I'm not saying I won't vote for him".

In a video interview posted on NYT's website, Jessica Leeds recounts that during a flight to NY around 1980, Trump grabbed her breasts and tried to put his hand up her skirt. There is, said the Democratic official, "no lack of harmony".

"If it's true that Clinton is going to win this presidential election - and I definitely think she's favored right now - if that is the case, it would not surprise me if Democrats got a little momentum at the end and maybe flipped some seats" that didn't look promising earlier, Kondik said.

"Hillary Clinton is the most corrupt person ever to run for the presidency of the United States", Trump said to applause from a not-quite-capacity 3,200-person crowd at the KI Convention Center. They're touting GOP candidates as a check on a candidate who may become president despite low marks with voters. Fifty percent had a negative view.

The most winnable House seats are not in the hard core GOP bastions in the South and the Heartland, but are in Colorado, New Jersey, New York, Virginia, Nevada, and Minnesota that are either Democratic controlled or swing states. There's an image of marching troops, then an "Out of Business" sign.

Hillary Clinton campaigning in Raleigh, North Carolina, on September 27, 2016.

"Democrats are only offering the same failed liberal policies, liberal candidates", said Katie Martin, a spokeswoman for the committee, in an interview about the line of attack.

The release of the polling memo to the press might be a passive-aggressive thumb in the eye to Trump, but it's still a good lesson on how to win in tough states and districts.

Republican leaders have been priming members to enact a specific agenda for several years running, making it very clear what they would do with absolute political power. Democrats need only four turnovers to gain control of the Senate, and 30 to gain control of the House. And out of that frustration and rift the Trump for President movement came into being.

REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL nominee Donald Trump's war on House Speaker Paul Ryan is both misguided and unbecomingly petulant.

Katko, for instance, has said he does not endorse either candidate. "But they say the debate gave them pause since he roused their base". Neither Trump's campaign nor the Trump Victory Fund reported any lobbyist bundlers. The official, State Department Undersecretary for Management Patrick F. Kennedy, requested the change for an email related to the 2012 attacks on the US diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. Rep. Joe Heck withdrew his support of Trump on Saturday and saw immediate backlash, with some Trump supporters booing him at the event where he took back his endorsement.

Trump did not address Ryan in his speech, but before appearing on stage he told ABC News that he thought that Ryan's waning support might be because of his own political ambitions.

The remark was meant to frame McCain as hypocritical for dropping his support of Trump over the 2005 recording in which Trump was caught using lewd language in describing how to use his celebrity to sexually pursue and take liberties with women.

Still, Ryan and House Republicans remain out on a limb, pushing a so-called strategy for "winning" the House and Senate that seems to include dispiriting Republicans and doesn't include presidential ballot voters. "This is why our aggressive oversight work in the House is so important, and it will continue".

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