Republican National Committee spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany and Democratic National Committee Vice Chairman Michael Blake clashed while discussing where their parties stand just days from the midterm elections.

On "Outnumbered Overtime" Thursday, McEnany said she likes the GOP's chances because of the popularity of President Trump and the Democratic Party's lack of a message.

She noted that Trump has a positive approval rating in several critical battleground states, including North Dakota, Tennessee and Missouri, and Republican candidates can point to the booming economy.

"President Trump is our closer. We are going to make gains in the Senate, very big gains.  And it's because of President Trump and the Democrats lacking a message," McEnany said.

Democratic National Committee Vice Chair Michael Blake countered that health care is the primary issue for many voters, and he believes Democrats have the winning message on that front.


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"Our candidates are making progress and making very clear closing arguments," Blake said.

McEnany argued that Democrats lack a coherent message other than obstruction and resistance, and they offer nothing that will improve the lives of everyday Americans.

"This president has won for the American people. They have taken notice. They will reward Republicans at the polls. It all comes down to voting on November 6th."

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