Former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus spoke about the upcoming 2018 midterms after the outcome of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
Priebus believes the confirmation process got GOP voters some needed “juice” to get out and vote.
“Something incredible has happened over the last couple of weeks, and it’s called the Kavanaugh effect on Republican voters,” stated Priebus.
“Before Kavanaugh, Democrats were at a ten [in enthusiasm] to defeat Trump. Republicans were at like a six. They were happy with the economy. They were happy with the wins that we had. But they weren’t at the level they needed to be. Well, now they are at a ten. So, the effect is the Democrats didn’t go above ten. They are at ten. And now, the Republicans are at a ten. And so you get the juice that you need to run the machinery.”