President Trump has been using his national platform all year to back candidates across the country who support his agenda.
According to RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, he's just getting started.
"The President is all in on keeping the majority in the House. We know Nancy Pelosi would be a disaster for our country. She called the tax cuts that have increased paychecks for millions of Americans crumbs. She is completely out of touch. She'll bring impeachment proceedings - these are not things that we want. But we know the history," McDaniel said during an interview with Fox News. "There are 23 districts where Hillary Clinton won where we have Republicans that either held those seats or are currently in those seats. We know that typically the president in his first mid-term loses seats in that first election. We are working to defy history, that's why the RNC has raised record money."
"We just completed our National Week of Action where we had 4,000 people knocking doors, contacting two million voters. We know what we're up against, and we have a record to run on with record unemployment, with ISIS on the run, with our military being funded, with deregulation, our economy booming, a great GDP number," she continued. "So there are things that we can take to the American people as deliverables and say, 'This is what we've accomplished in just a year and a half. Let's not turn back the clock and send it back to the Pelosi/Schumer dark ages.'"
During a recent radio interview with Sean Hannity, President Trump said he plans to campaign six-to-seven days per week in the fall to make sure Republicans win their races and flip seats from Democrats.
"I will go six or seven days a week when we're 60 days out and I will be campaigning for all of these great people that do have a difficult race," Trump said.
Meanwhile, Republicans are still behind on the generic ballot.