On Sunday, however, Lewandowski said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that the president is “campaigning aggressively for members of the US Senate,” and the Trump team is confident that Republicans will retain a Senate majority in the November election .
Asked if Trump was referring to Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) in his remarks about Sen., he does not want to help, Lewandowski said “the president wants every Republican to see who they are.” And if they break up with it, look again. Speaker on some issues – and the reason is that the choice is much worse. “
Trump recently blasted Collins on Twitter in protest of Judge Amy Connie Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination. Collins is in a tough reelection fight against Democratic Maine State House Speaker Sarah Gideon, whose well-funded campaign could deny Collins a fifth term in the Senate.
Lewandowski said Trump is set to head to Maine on Sunday to campaign in the 2nd Congressional District, which he won four years ago and “could be decisive in this election cycle.”
“Clearly, this president wants to make sure that, in addition to his reelection, we are maintaining a majority in the US Senate and we are withdrawing the House of Representatives,” Lewandowski said.