According to Reuters, Republicans are so worried that Trump’s sagging poll numbers may cost them the Senate in 2020, that Mitch McConnell may begin to advise vulnerable incumbents to distance from Trump.
“Trump’s falling poll numbers worry some fellow Republicans they will lose control of the U.S. Senate, having already lost leadership of the House of Representatives in 2018,” said the report. “The source said perhaps as soon as August, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell may have to advise Republican Senate candidates to distance themselves from Trump if needed to win election and keep their majority.”
Forecasters are now starting to believe that Democrats may be favorites to turn the Senate in November. A number of incumbent Republicans are in Colorado, Arizona, Maine, North Carolina, Iowa, Georgia, and Montana.
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