Rush Limbaugh provided his predictions for the midterm elections during a wide-ranging interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Thursday night.
“Two part question, predictions, and what do you say to people that so respect what you have to say about this election in 19 days?” Hannity asked.
“I still say that I think there are things that have yet to happen that are going to determine outcomes in some races that we don’t know. So it’s still very hard to predict. Kavanaugh feedback reaction was 100% positive for Republicans, Democrats really blew that. But 435 of these things — I don’t know. I just rely on hope,” Limbaugh stated. (RELATED: Rush Limbaugh Uses Lessons From 2016 To Predict What Will Happen If Democrats Retake Congress)
When pressed for a definitive prediction, he responded, “We hold the House and we increase the Senate because I think that is justice. I think that’s just, I think the [Democratic] Party deserves to lose in the single biggest electoral landslide defeat in my lifetime. The actions they’ve taken just in the last month.”
One race in particular that Republicans are feeling confident about is the one for North Dakota Senate between the incumbent Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and Rep. Kevin Cramer. The most recent public polling from Fox News shows Cramer up 12 points among likely voters, with a margin of error of 3.5 points.
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