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President Trump supports war veterans John James about businessman Sandy Pensler in the Republican Senate primary; Mike Tobin reports on the race.
John came to throw James, his vote on the Old orchard Methodist church in Farmington Hills, Mich., with his son Hudson riding on his shoulders and the wind at your back. Not only that, the polls show, he jumped with a 7-point lead in the last week, President Trump had tweeted a second confirmation from him the day before
“John James is a potential Republican star, has a Senate, the primary election tomorrow in Michigan. If he is the Republican candidate, he is Open borders beat, weak on crime, Democrats, Debbie Stabenow. Vote for John and James, and the American Great Again!” Trump tweeted.
James had never had a conversation with the President, but the tweet is enough to keep things humming, with a big share of Republican voters undecided and to cast a ballot.
John James is a potential Republican Star, has a Senate, the primary election tomorrow in Michigan. If he is the Republican candidate, he is Open borders beat, weak on crime, Democrats, Debbie Stabenow. Vote for John James and Make America Great Again!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 6. August 2018
“We are really excited that people are back to me, SMS-messages and E-Mails, and the energy is real,” said James, after he is elected.
James is a West Point graduate and decorated war veteran who flew Apache attack helicopters in Iraq. He returned to take to Michigan, over his father’s business: the James group. His campaign is very much in support of President Trump’s agenda, but the campaign of his Republican opponent.
Sandy Pensler States in his ad that he is “a conservative businessman, is President of the Trump.” You synch to the border wall, China and Trump’s pick for the Supreme court. However, a tape surfaced in which Pensler said that the President speaks to a “fourth-class level.” Pensler claims the statement is taken out of context. The President of the approval went to his Republican opponent.
“Obviously, I would really rather have the President for his approval, but it is only a confirmation that the things and the people of Michigan,” Pensler told Fox News.
Sandy Pensler, said, “obviously, I would really rather have the President for his approval, but it is only a confirmation that the things and the people in Michigan.”
Whoever wins has a fight on his hands for the election to the Bundestag.
Democrat Debbie Stabenow is a three-term incumbent, the first female senator in Michigan history, and, according to a NBC/Marist poll, she enjoys a comfortable lead against whoever wins the GOP matchup: 55 percent to 37 percent against James, 52 percent to 37 percent against Pensler.
“She has 18 years of name recognition… And how it looks like a serious female-driven campaign,” said Thomas Ivacko at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan.
Arnold Weinfeld, the interim Director of the Institute for public policy and social research at Michigan State University, said Stabenow received a lot of support from the agriculture and manufacturing during the General elections.
“Who would have a hard time against Stabenow,” he says.
Democrat Debbie Stabenow is a three-term incumbent.
While the trombone to the approval of a weight in the primary, it may have less impact in the General election. Michigan is anything other than a Republican stronghold. Trump wanted to win, to win the Wolverine state, the first Republican, it is, as George H. W. Bush — but he only won by 10,000 votes and a third candidate was the recording of the votes.
“Trump’s approval rating in Michigan was refueling,” said Ivanko, who adds: “in the U.S. Senate, the Democrats of Michigan dominated for a long time.”
The James campaign Stabenow also has a significant cash advantage.
“We’re going to get to that,” said Stu Sandler, a consultant to the James campaign to raise funds. “We are confident that when Michiganders learn more about John James that she was going to support him. The people are tired of Debbie Stabenow.”
There are only a few breeds that escape negative campaigning these days and the Republican primary in Michigan was one of the few. However, after the counting of votes, Pensler given to heal the party and to unify.
“I don’t think John will go in order to be successful, but no matter, of course, whoever wins, we want to beat Debbie Stabenow in the fall. I think it comes to me, I would certainly expect that [James’s] support, and I think he would expect me to,” says Pensler.
Michael Tobin FOX News Channel (FNC) entered into force in 2001 and currently serves as a Chicago-based correspondent.