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Campaign adviser predicts Trump will win more than 290 electoral votes

Senior campaign adviser Jason Miller predicted on Sunday that President TrumpDonald TrumpFreedom Caucus member condemns GOP group pushing 'Anglo-Saxon political traditions' MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's new free speech site to ban certain curse words Secret Facebook groups of special operations officers include racist comments, QAnon posts: report MORE will win more than 290 electoral votes in Tuesday's election. 

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Miller claimed that “the entire electorate has shifted,” noting that Democratic nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenFour members of Sikh community among victims in Indianapolis shooting Overnight Health: NIH reverses Trump's ban on fetal tissue research | Biden investing .7B to fight virus variants | CDC panel to meet again Friday on J&J On The Money: Moderates' 0B infrastructure bill is a tough sell with Democrats | Justice Dept. sues Trump ally Roger Stone for unpaid taxes MORE is campaigning in traditional Democratic strongholds like Minnesota. 

“We believe that we'll be over 290 electoral votes on election night,” said Miller. “So no matter what they try to do, what kind of hijinks or law suits or whatever kind of nonsense they try to pull off, we’re still going to have enough electoral votes to get President Trump re-elected.”

Miller went on to say that he feels confident that Trump would win Arizona, but stated if he does not, the president would still secure the election by winning states such as Nevada and Michigan, which would put him “over the top.”

“So we have multiple pathways. We feel very good about where we're going,” Miller said.

"We learned this in 2016, Donald J. Trump is a closer. Nobody knows how to close out a presidential race like he does,” he added.