Rep. Jim Renacci (R-OH) is off to a strong start in the Ohio Senate race, arguing on Fox Friday morning that we should not judge President Trump on "what he says".
Jim Renacci, who dropped out of the GOP gubernatorial primary Thursday in order to run for the U.S. Senate, appeared on Fox & Friends, where he defended the man he desperately needs for his fledgling U.S. Senate campaign.
"The president many times says what people are thinking", Mr. Renacci, Ohio Republican, said on Fox News. "I learned as a business guy that you have to be careful what you say because people pick everything up. I got to tell you".
"Remember people in OH, blue collar union people, said 'I want President Trump, '" said Renacci.
The Ohio representative concluded that was should "judge the president after four years".
Others from OH, like Toledo Democrat Marcy Kaptur, were more critical of Trump's remarks. "Again, when the administration and the president is weighing in to get you into a race, it's something I believe I should do".
Renacci said he believes people in OH are happy to see what has happened since Trump's election, including the changes in the economy and the tax cuts.
"When you talk about Africa, for example, this is a place that is ripe for both growth and problems", Kasich said, saying he has worked on debt relief in Africa. We must make things different.
"I'm not getting into the Senate race", Kasich said, later adding, "I don't agree with him ... I've been supportive of the president when I think he's been right and I've been opposed to him when I think he hasn't been right".
He added that he's been a longtime supporter of the president and supported him during the OH primary, even though the state's governor, John Kasich, was in the presidential race. "And the president knows that I've supported his agenda from then all the way through to today". "The fact remains that Mike Gibbons is far better positioned to defeat Sherrod Brown than any member of Congress".
"I think most Ohioans disagree with what President Trump said and his basic sentiments, but Renacci has got to win a primary", said Cohen.
Ohio Democratic Party spokesman Jake Strassberger said "it shouldn't be hard to put partisanship aside and condemn repugnant comments".
Renacci also commented on the controversy over Trump's reported comments about Haiti and African nations, saying that he has said all along that Trump is saying "what people are thinking", but he has learned over the years to watch what he's saying.
"The President certainly isn't speaking for me and he isn't speaking for a great majority of people across OH", said Brown.
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