President Donald Trump is leaving the White House to go and campaign in Georgia to help Republicans keep control of the Senate.
The President is currently embroiled in his own legal battle over the presidential election but is taking time on December 5th to go campaign for Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.
President Trump says, “I’m going on Saturday night. I’ll be in Georgia. We’ll have a tremendous crowd. Maybe I’ll go twice. That’s very important that we win those races. These are great people.”
President Trump understands that the odds are against him and his quest to win re-election, but that isn’t stopping him from helping other Republicans.
Should Democrats take the two Senate seats in Georgia, the Senate will be split 50-50, and presumptive Vice President Kamala Harris will be the deciding vote.
Should President Trump lose the election, a Republican majority in the Senate will mitigate the loss of the presidency and keep the Democrats from “fundamentally transforming” America.
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