He has been stoking GOP anger over the Democrats' handling of Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings and fears of illegal immigration as the migrant caravan slowly advances toward the U.S. -Mexico border. Naturally, this is especially true in the overtly political stories as well.
And with Democrats favoured to retake the House of Representatives, Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel concurred that: "It's going to depend on voter turnout on Election Day". Real Clear Politics, a USA political website, projects the Democrats as winning an additional 26 seats, while one pollster, Nate Silver, is predicting a 38-seat pickup.
Mr Bob Menendez, 64, a Democrat from New Jersey who has served in the Senate since 2006, could also be in trouble after facing corruption charges.
There are now 17 Republican-held districts that are seeing a slight or strong lean toward Democrats, mainly in upper-middle-class suburbs, including in the states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania. This district has been represented by incumbent Rep. Leonard Lance, a Republican, since 2008. Republicans like Gov. Scott Walker, a Trump ally and a vociferous critic of the Obama-era Affordable Care Act, have been desperately trying to convince voters they won't eliminate Obamacare's protection for people with pre-existing conditions. That is up more than 50 per cent from the 20.5 million early votes cast in all of 2014, the last federal election when the White House was not at stake.
Christopher Galdieri, an assistant professor at Saint Anselm College, said Democrats "have been fired up about 2018 since shortly after the 2016 election". In 1996, 1988, 1980, 1972, 1968 and 1956, one party controlled all of Congress, but voters picked the other party for the White House.
But a win is not necessarily in the bag, he cautioned.
An election analyst might say he is conceding the House. "It is ground zero if you're looking at who's going to control the House", said Mike DeVanney, a Pittsburgh-based Republican strategist. Republicans have turned out in midterms in recent years while Democrats tended to stay at home. "There has been very little, if any, evidence that Trump, quite frankly, wants to compromise with Democrats or even his own Republican Party on the question of immigration", Noorani said. "If Democrats win both of those, it seems very hard for Republicans to hold the majority".
So a lot needs to go right for the Democrats if they're to take control of the Senate.
Historical records show only twice since 1934 has any sitting president's party gained seats in both houses of Congress - in 1934 and in 2002.
"In 2006, President Bush, after a very bad election for Republicans, said he had gotten a "thumping.' And in 2010, President Obama said he had been 'shellacked" by the results". In the 1938 elections the Democrats at the time of Franklin D. Roosevelt took a beating, losing 71 seats, according to political publication PolitiFact.
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Bracamontes was also featured in an ad Trump tweeted Wednesday that was widely seen as reminiscent of the infamous 1988 "Willie Horton" ad used against Democratic presidential candidate Michael Dukakis and condemned as racist.
But if Democrats win, the consensus among pundits and politicians is that Democrats plan to launch some investigations against Trump.
"I recently announced that we are replacing the disgusting NAFTA deal, one of the worst trade deals, with an incredible, brand-new US-Mexico-Canada agreement". "Russia. Let's blame Russia", Trump said as the crowd cheered".
"Anything more than that probably would reflect an outcome in which Democrats won significantly more than the 23 net seats they need", said Center analyst Kyle Kondik.
The issue is now grabbing global headlines, as a migrant caravan of thousands is heading through Mexico toward the United States.
"Guess what? This movement got in the way ... we're pushing it way back where it came from".
"We're taught crime never pays", a male narrator says in the 30-second ad.
Trump also says he told the US military mobilizing at the southwest border that if USA troops face rock-throwing migrants, they should react as though the rocks were "rifles". No, "a nation in turmoil" preparing to "deliver a verdict" on Donald J. Trump, who's not even on the ballot.
"We could all do with less tweets, we could all do with less outspoken crude, coarse comments, but I think he is a man who is willing to listen and willing to adjust", said Martha Waltz, a retired educator from Augusta County who attended the Stewart rally. It's a common tactic for candidates, but it's reached unusual levels this year. Because, you see, everything is political today.