Hillary Clinton’s campaign says it is encouraging Republicans to seize control of the House by the end of the week.
“It is important to remember that Democrats can only get back the Congress by defeating President Trump,” spokeswoman Jennifer Palmieri said in a statement.
“Republicans are going to have to do a lot of hard work in order to take control of Congress.
If Republicans want to take the House back in 2018, we will help them take it back. “
We encourage Republicans to be patient as we move through the weeks and months ahead.
If Republicans want to take the House back in 2018, we will help them take it back.
Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said Democrats will use every tool in their toolkit to hold on to the House. “
We hope the Republicans who take the Congress back will put forth the right platform to get it done, and that the House Republicans will be willing to put forward the agenda they are proud to have in the House, to get the job done.”
Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said Democrats will use every tool in their toolkit to hold on to the House.
He said the campaign is focused on “turning the House blue, getting it red, and putting together a winning coalition that will defeat President Trump.”
Mook said the message of Democrats is simple: “Take back the house.
Mooks also noted that Democrats have a large majority in the Senate.
He noted that Republican Senators have refused to take up the House bill and that Republicans are now on the verge of passing their own version.
The White House and Senate leadership have not yet released a schedule for the Senate, which could give Republicans a lot more time to work out their differences before the House bills is formally introduced.
Democrats are also considering introducing their own bill, which would allow states to ban abortion coverage and defund Planned Parenthood if it is deemed a public health crisis.
The bill would allow abortion coverage to be restricted to certain cases, such as when the life of the mother is at risk, but it would not prohibit abortions for women seeking abortions.
Republicans have also been working to kill a federal health law that Clinton championed.
President Donald Trump has promised to veto the measure if it reaches his desk.
But he has made clear that he has no intention of doing so.