There has been speculation about a "blue wave" in November's midterm elections, but Republican National Committee spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany believes Democrats will be hurt by deep divisions in their party.

Appearing on "Outnumbered Overtime" on Tuesday, McEnany noted that dozens of Democratic congressional incumbents and nominees have signaled they are unlikely to vote for Nancy Pelosi for speaker if Democrats retake the House.

She said the rift between the moderate and progressive wings of the Democratic Party is also playing out in primary races across the country.

"What we are seeing is exactly what we saw in 2016, where you have the Bernie Sanders wing, you have the Hillary [Clinton] wing. They duke it out and then the other side doesn't show up and coalesce around whoever the nominee is," McEnany said.

"Democrats are divided. It's going to hurt them in November."


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McEnany said that Republicans, on the other hand, can unite behind President Trump.

She described the president as a "game changer" on the campaign trail, as candidates he has endorsed have overwhelmingly emerged victorious in primaries and special elections.

She predicted that track record of success will continue in November's midterms.

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