Ed O’Keefe: ‘Deep Rooted Concern and Anger’ with Trump Was Enough for Dems To Win

‘Now, Democrats have a far better shot at taking back at least the House next year’

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O’KEEFE: "Yes. He looks at Delaware and Chester Counties outside Philadelphia. Democrats there won some local and county elections that they hadn’t won in more than a century. He said to me, I wondered how much voters would take out their frustration on Trump on the Republicans in their neighborhood. Clearly they didn’t. Because of that, he’s convinced now Democrats have a far better shot at taking back at least the House next year because they said there’s just too much of that. They ran on economic messages, on local concerns, but the deep rooted concern and anger with the president is there and it was enough for Democrats to win in places they hadn’t before."

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