- The Washington Times - Monday, October 15, 2018

President Trump said Monday that he sees another groundswell of support for him building, and he promised “something big is happening.”

“The crowds at my Rallies are far bigger than they have ever been before, including the 2016 election,” the president tweeted.

His assessment of voter energy comes just three weeks before the Nov. 6 midterm elections when Republican control of the House and Senate are on the line.

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“Never an empty seat in these large venues, many thousands of people watching screens outside. Enthusiasm & Spirit is through the roof. SOMETHING BIG IS HAPPENING - WATCH!” he tweeted.

Mr. Trump has undertaken an aggressive campaign schedule ahead of the midterm elections that historically favor the out-of-power party. He has stops this week in Montana, Arizona and Nevada.

At every rally, he packs huge arenas with thousands of supporters, convincing him that this time he will prove pundits and pollsters wrong about a “blue wave” giving Democrats control of the House and maybe the Senate.

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