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Fox News contributor Lara Trump called President Biden an anchor around the Democratic Party's neck during "The Big Sunday Show." Trump and the other co-hosts discussed Biden's impact on the upcoming midterm elections amid his low approval numbers. Trump said Biden is weighing down the Democratic Party in competitive races around the country, and hence, Democrat candidates are distancing themselves from him.
NEVER MISS A MOMENT — Check out our latest election coverage at Fox News' midterms live blog. WINNING MESSAGE?: President Biden and congressional leaders from the Democratic Party have prioritized several issues as key messages ahead of the midterms — abortion, gun control and student loan debt — while mostly ignoring inflation and the economy. Read more from Fox News' Kyle Morris: Political experts weigh impact of 'messaging' and party priorities ahead of midterm elections.
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