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America's 2018 mid-term elections…


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« Reply #27 on: October 17, 2018, 10:50:48 pm »


from The Washington Post…

Trump says it's not his fault if Republicans lose the House

In a wide-ranging interview with the Associated Press, the president
also said his former attorney Michael Cohen was “lying” under oath.


By FELICIA SONMEZ | 7:21PM EDT — Tuesday, October 16, 2018

President Donald J. Trump listens to a question during an interview with the Associated Press in the Oval Office on Tuesday. — Photograph: Evan Vucci/Associated Press.
President Donald J. Trump listens to a question during an interview with the Associated Press in the Oval Office on Tuesday.
 — Photograph: Evan Vucci/Associated Press.


PRESIDENT TRUMP said on Tuesday that it's not his fault if Republicans lose control of the House in this year's mid-terms, weeks after he told supporters to “pretend I'm on the ballot” in November.

Trump made the comments in a wide-ranging interview with the Associated Press.

“I don't believe anybody has ever had this kind of impact,” Trump told the Associated Press, defending his efforts to rally support for candidates across the country. He has headlined four “Make America Great Again” rallies in each of the past two weeks, and he's holding three more this week.

Earlier this month, at a rally in Southaven, Mississippi, Trump urged supporters to go to the polls, telling the crowd, “Pretend I'm on the ballot.”

Trump's remarks come as Republicans' prospects of maintaining control of the House appear increasingly dim.

In the Associated Press interview, Trump also accused Michael Cohen, his former personal attorney, of lying when he testified that Trump directed him to pay off two women who had alleged affairs with the then-candidate.

Cohen pleaded guilty in August to eight violations of banking, tax and campaign finance law. As he has done previously, Trump played down his relationship with Cohen in the Associated Press interview, calling his former long-time attorney “a PR person who did small legal work” and saying it was “very sad” that Cohen had struck a plea deal with prosecutors.

Cohen, who recently switched his party affiliation from Republican to Democrat, said in a Sunday tweet that the November 6 mid-terms “might be the most important vote in our lifetime.”


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Felicia Sonmez is a national political reporter at The Washington Post covering breaking news from the White House, Congress and the campaign trail. Previously, she spent more than four years in Beijing, where she worked first as a correspondent for Agence France Presse and later as the editor of The Wall Street Journal's China Real Time Report. She also spent a year in advanced Chinese language study as a Blakemore Freeman Fellow at Tsinghua University. From 2010 to 2013, she reported on national politics for TheWashington Post, starting as a writer for The Fix and going on to cover Congress, the 2012 presidential campaign and the early days of President Barack Obama's second term. She began her career teaching English in Beijing and has also covered U.S. politics for the Asahi Shimbun and National Journal's The Hotline. She speaks fluent Chinese, Japanese and Spanish.

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