Chuck Schumer couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw the campaign schedule Donald Trump just dropped

Oct 28, 2022

Donald Trump’s unmatched record of primary endorsement success cemented his status of kingmaker in the Republican Party. 

And as the election cycle turned to the general election, the former President has been working hard to help MAGA candidates win. 

But Chuck Schumer couldn’t believe his eyes when he saw the campaign schedule Donald Trump just dropped.

Final chance for candidates to make their cases

The long campaign season is finally winding down. 

Soon we will know which party will control the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives – and whether or not President Joe Biden’s final two years of his term in the White House will be lame duck. 

At this point, the betting lines suggest Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will be removed of her gavel and demoted to the minority. 

But control of the Upper Chamber is too close to call. 

Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is still holding on to hope that Democrats can at least keep their 50/50 majority with Vice President Kamala Harris’ tie-breaking vote. 

But if former President Donald Trump has anything to say about it, Schumer will be sent packing along with Pelosi back to the minority. 

And the 45th President of the United States is going to do everything in his power to help MAGA candidates across the finish line on Tuesday, November 8. 

Trump has a busy schedule planned for the final days leading to election night. 

Trump’s whirlwind campaign swing

First up on the former President’s travel portfolio, he will be in Sioux City, Iowa on Thursday, November 4, stumping with Republicans Sen. Chuck Grassley and Gov. Kim Reynolds. 

Democrats had hoped to make an issue out of Grassley’s age, however, the race never really got within realistic striking distance and Democrat nominee Michael Franken’s campaign has been snake bit since day one with one controversy after another. 

From there, Trump will make a long trip east to the small town of Latrobe, Pennsylvania – about 45 minutes east of Pittsburgh. 

The Pittsburgh suburbs are key for a GOP victory in the Keystone State. 

Trump will join Gubernatorial candidate Doug Mastriano and Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz for a rally on Saturday, November 5. 

Oz picked up a lot of momentum following a disastrous debate performance by his opponent, Democrat Lt. Gov. John Fetterman. 

The RealClearPolitics average now has the race in a deadlock. 

But Mastriano faces tough competition in the state’s Attorney General Josh Shapiro. 

Shapiro has constantly led the race – however, his once easy double-digit lead has been cut in half recently, giving Mastriano hope as he makes his closing arguments. 

Next up, the real estate and entertainment mogul heads all the way south to Miami on Sunday, November 6 to hold a “get out the vote” event with Sen. Marco Rubio. 

Both Rubio and Gov. Ron DeSantis are up for re-election this cycle, but both are favored in the polling – so this campaign stop from Trump is likely more of an insurance policy with the hopes of closing the deal. 

And the final stop on the former President’s whirlwind campaign swing will be Monday, November 7, in Vandalia, Ohio – just north of Dayton. 

Trump will be holding a rally with a special guest, GOP Senate nominee JD Vance who is hoping to fill the open Senate seat left vacant by the retirement of RINO Sen. Rob Portman. 

Vance has surged as of late in his race against Rep. Tim Ryan.

The author of Hillbilly Elegy now leads Ryan in the RealClearPolitics average by 2.2-points.  

We will find out on Tuesday, November 8 if Trump’s efforts pay off with Republican victories.  

Deplorable Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story. 

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