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At the White House
A TALE OF TWO CAMPAIGNS: With four days left before the midterms, Trump is hammering home his anti-immigration message that pushed him over the edge in 2016. Just this week, he proposed a spate of dramatic actions aimed at turning out the GOP base: sending 15,000 troops to the southern border, banning birthright citizenship unilaterally and yesterday saying he intends to issue an executive order to change the rules for those seeking asylum.
Meanwhile, Democratic candidates have stayed laser-focused on health care:
- The key quote: “’Democrats learned from 2016 that going all in against Donald Trump is a risky strategy, because his popularity varies widely depending on the district and depending on the state,’ said Nathan Gonzales, editor of Inside Elections, a nonpartisan newsletter that tracks…