Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci dismissed centrist Republican concerns that having President Trump rally for GOP candidates prior to their elections is a dangerous proposition.

Sandra Smith pointed out on "America's Newsroom" that Trump's presence in some of the districts in Middle America tend to rev up the Democratic opposition to Trump and may cool some of the support from moderates that aren't comfortable with the style of a brash New Yorker.

Scaramucci said the good outweighs the bad when it comes to how Trump can affect races, referencing recent rallies Trump headlined.


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The president recently addressed thousands of people at rallies in Lewis Center, Ohio for House candidate Troy Balderson (R-Zanesville) and in Wilkes-Barre Township, Pa. for U.S. Senate hopeful Rep. Louis Barletta (R-Hazleton).

"[Trump] brings rockstar audiences [to districts]," Scaramucci said. "It's like putting Tom Brady in with two minutes to go in the fourth quarter in the Super Bowl," he said.

Scaramucci said Trump "has the energy of five people."

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