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>> With the midterm elections just about a month away, and the fate of President Trump's Supreme Court nominee unclear.>> I am innocent of this charge.>> Trump is hitting the road in a big way. He's holding rallies in five states over the next week, hoping to shore up support for his party.
His first stop is this weekend in West Virginia, where he's lending support to unseat Democratic Senator Joe Manchin. Manchin is one of a handful of senators that could play a pivotal role in whether Trump's Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh, survives a full Senate vote.>> It will work out very well for the country.
I just want it to work out well for the country.>> Trump, maintaining support for Kavanaugh, late Friday, after bowing to pressure to order an FBI investigation into sexual misconduct allegations. Tweeting, just started, tonight, our 7th FBI investigation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. He will be someday be recognized as a truly great Justice of The United States Supreme Court!
Republicans are at risk of losing control of Congress when voters go to the polls on November 6th>> A third of the Senate and all House seats are in play. Power could shift, if Democrats gain just two seats in the Senate,they need 23 to regain the House. Political pundits aren't sure which side was galvanized more by this week's congressional brawl over the nominee.
>> I cannot sit here I cannot participate in what I know if history is going to look back as a dark moment again.>> And when I hear my Democratic colleagues openly say, if we can delay this past the midterms, we take back the Senate, we keep the Senate on field, the seed on field, disgusting.
>> Trump is expected to channel that Republican outrage as he often does when he speaks off the cuff. On behalf on Republican candidates in Mississippi on Tuesday, Minnesota on Thursday, and Kansas next Saturday.