President Donald Trump said Tuesday night Republicans will win back control of the House in the 2020 elections, echoing what he said in a tweet nearly 24 hours prior.
Trump addressed the National Republican Congressional Committee at the National Building Museum, a short drive from the White House in Washington, D.C. According to The Hill, Trump was confident in his remarks the GOP will regain its majority in the House chamber next year.
"We're going to take the House back. We are. I feel totally confident," he said.
Trump added he is worried about election fraud and tampering with votes.
"You gotta be a little bit more paranoid than you are," he said. "We have to be a little bit careful because I don't like the way the votes are being tallied. I don't like it, and you don't like it either. You just don't want to say it because you're afraid of the press."
Monday night, Trump teased a vote after the 2020 election on a new Republican healthcare bill. Within the trio of tweets he sent out on the subject, he proclaimed Republicans will take back the House.
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