Trump: Why wouldn't we win midterms?

Trump: Why wouldn't we win midterms?
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President TrumpDonald TrumpJan. 6 panel plans to subpoena Trump lawyer who advised on how to overturn election Texans chairman apologizes for 'China virus' remark Biden invokes Trump in bid to boost McAuliffe ahead of Election Day MORE on Wednesday touted Republican wins in primary elections across the country and predicted victory for the GOP in November's midterm elections. 

“The Republican Party had a great night. Tremendous voter energy and excitement, and all candidates are those who have a great chance of winning in November,” the president wrote on Twitter.

“The Economy is sooo strong, and with Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiOvernight On The Money — Senate Democrats lay out their tax plans Democrats haggle as deal comes into focus Dem hopes for infrastructure vote hit brick wall MORE wanting to end the big Tax Cuts and Raise Taxes, why wouldn’t we win?”

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Trump’s remark follows multiple primary elections on Tuesday that included one upset for an incumbent House Republican. Pastor Mark Harris defeated Rep. Robert PittengerRobert Miller PittengerBottom Line North Carolina reporter says there could be 'new crop' of GOP candidates in 9th Congressional District race North Carolina board calls for new election in contested House race MORE (R-N.C.) in the 9th District’s Republican primary.

The president earlier this week weighed in on the West Virginia Senate primary, urging voters to cast a ballot for one of the Republicans running against former coal CEO Don Blankenship.

“To the great people of West Virginia we have, together, a really great chance to keep making a big difference,” Trump said on Monday.

“Problem is, Don Blankenship, currently running for Senate, can’t win the General Election in your State...No way! Remember Alabama. Vote Rep. Jenkins or A.G. Morrisey!” the president added, referring to Rep. Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) and state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey. 

Morrisey on Tuesday defeated Blankenship, who sparked concern among the GOP with his controversial attacks on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellManchin backs raising debt ceiling with reconciliation if GOP balks Biden needs to be both Mr. Inside and Mr. Outside Billionaire tax gains momentum MORE (R-Ky.) and his family.