From Washington: Will The Trump Effect Drive A Red Wave?

As history shows, midterm elections tend to serve as a referendum on the party in power and as inflation and gas prices hit record highs, President Joe Biden’s approval ratings fall even lower, and Democrats are losing their edge. Co-Anchor of America’s Newsroom Bill Hemmer shares his thoughts on how Republicans can put their best foot forward to take back the House and the Senate in November.
Voter turnout is looking to be a driving force in the 2022 Midterm Elections, especially in key swing districts and former President Donald Trump has seen some success in endorsing candidates in races across the country, who have won their races. Republican National Committee Spokesperson Paris Dennard touches on the Trump Effect and explains how the Republican Party is diversifying its pool of candidates to flip more seats from blue to red.