President Trump Donald John TrumpKushner has been sent to Bolton for the past year: report Jeb Bush hits Trump: I go home to children 'who actually love me' Sanders to visit Mississippi for anniversary of MLK assassination MORE Politics to an official White House event in Ohio, urging Republicans to "complacent" and vote in the midterm elections.
In an appearance as an infrastructural speech, Trump points to historic trends
Republicans are facing a tough political environment as they seek to protect their majorities.
Trump touted the strength of the economy and GOP tax plan, accusing Democrats of not
"We've been getting it," Trump said. "[Democrats] do not like the economy is so strong. They do not like that. Not one vote. "
" We should do well, "Trump added about the midterms. "History says that when you win the presidency, that party does not do so well in the midterms. Because people get complacent, we can not get complacent. "
Presidents typically do not use official White House events. […]
But Trump has muddied the waters.
In the lead-up to a special election in A Pennsylvania House district, Trump is scheduled for an official White House event in Pittsburgh to tout the GOP's tax overhaul. But Trump tweeted that he headed to Pennsylvania to give his full support to Republican candidate Rick Saccone.
The White House later denied that the event was for political purposes. Saccone