The 'resistance' backfires on Democrats

Washington Examiner:
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., declared Saturday that President Trump will be an "asset" for Republicans competing in the 2018 midterms.

Speaking to reporters after giving a speech at his state's GOP convention in Milwaukee, Ryan exclaimed that people in swing states like Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan care most about issues that impact them personally, and not troubling stories for the president that have been a mainstay in the media.

"The president is strong in these states," Ryan said, according to the Associated Press. "He's an asset. ... Whether I'm running around southern Wisconsin or America, nobody is talking about Stormy Daniels. Nobody is talking about Russia. They're talking about their lives and their problems. They're talking about their communities, they're talking about jobs, they're talking about the economy, they're talking about national security."
The Democrats have devoted about 18 months to pushing a narrative for which there is no evidence and shrinking support, i.e. Russian collusion.  It is a narrative that never made much sense and grew out of the Clinton campaign's attempt to explain their loss and blame it on something other than their bad candidate. 

Meanwhile, Trump has forged ahead with his agenda and it is bringing jobs and increased prosperity for more Americans.


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