Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney said there is a "sharp contrast" between Republicans and Democrats' messaging heading into November's midterm elections.

He said that Democrats are increasingly embracing the politics of division and "mob rule" -- particularly following the confirmation of new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh -- and he believes it will hurt them in November.

He pointed to recent controversial comments from former Attorney General Eric Holder and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, saying that Democratic Party leaders are ratcheting up their anti-Republican, anti-President Trump rhetoric and encouraging their supporters to protest and confront political opponents.

"I haven't seen a single leading Democrat say, 'Hey, tone this down, stop this mob rule, stop this confrontation,'" Varney said on "Fox & Friends" Monday.


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He added that many Democrats are not talking about the economy or how to create more jobs -- as Trump is -- instead pushing for socialist policies like free college and universal health care.

"The emotion of the mob and the nonsense of socialism combined, I think, is an untenable position," Varney said.

He said that Trump, on the other hand, is out holding rallies across the country and touting the booming economy, including a historically low unemployment number.

"There's a sharp contrast here," Varney said. "There's a substantial number of wins in the president's pocket."

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