Trump blasts Pelosi, LeBron James before OH campaign rally

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Troy Balderson (R-Zanesville) who is running for the 12th district seat in Congress against Democrat Danny O'Connor, or he's having trouble remembering which politicians he's flying around the country to support at their rallies.

"It's really kind of shocking because this should be just a slam dunk [for Republicans] and it's not", Kasich said.

"With the Associated Press stating, "[Trump is] casting himself as the star of the midterms, eagerly inserting himself into hotly contested primaries, headlining rallies in pivotal swing states and increasing his fundraising efforts for Republicans", some Republicans say his belief in his own star power has become problematic.

President Donald Trump is seizing on the prospect of Democrat Nancy Pelosi becoming House speaker again as he makes his pitch for Republican candidates. "And we're doing a lot of things people don't even know about".

"I asked him the other day, 'Why are you bringing Trump in, ' said Kasich, who has been one of the GOP's harshest critics of the president".

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"I asked him, I said, 'Troy, why- Did you invite Trump in here?"

Stephanopoulos also asked about Trump's tweet this weekend taking a swipe at National Basketball Association star and OH native LeBron James, saying it is hard to make "LeBron look smart". James spoke to Lemon from the public school he opened for at-risk kids in Akron, called the I Promise school. The race is surprisingly close, given the usual Republican advantage in the district.

"Republicans have gone from about 30, 31 percent down to about 25 percent", of the electorate, Kasich said.

"Suburban women in particular here are the ones that are really turned off", Kasich said. He defiantly questioned the idea that historically, the party that controls the White House suffers in the midterms, declaring "but I say why?"

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