Trump: ‘I Need Allies’ In Congress

President Donald Trump delivers his first State of the Union address as Vice President Mike Pence and House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., listen. Trump highlighted his achievements over the past year, including tax cuts and rollbacks of parts of the Affordable Care Act. Must credit: Washington Post photo by Toni L. Sandys

President Trump in the wake of a Republican’s loss in a special Pennsylvania congressional election is encouraging voters to elect candidates who will support his agenda in the midterms.

A Trump campaign email with the subject line “I need Allies” sent Saturday includes a survey for respondents to describe what qualities are most important to them in a candidate.

“2018 is our chance to elect TRUMP ALLIES to the House and Senate who will give you the agenda you voted for. No more obstruction! We want what we voted for!” the email, which is signed by Trump, states.

“But it cannot happen unless we put up GREAT candidates who stand by our values and prove to America that they have the fire to fight to Make America Great Again!” he continues.

Read more at The Hill.



  1. That’s the problem. How can President Trump expect allies from Democrats (besides Dershowitz) and most Republicans who are no better than Democrats are nothing but evil, G-dless, selfish, dishonest crooks – the antithesis of Trump.


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