Gov. Matt Bevin, a Republican running for reelection in Kentucky this autumn, stated on Friday that he would be “delighted” to have both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence campaign for him in 2019.
A Morning Consult poll conducted last month revealed that Bevin, who was elected in 2015, is the least liked governor up for reelection in the country with a 51 percent disapproval rating. His victory was a departure from Kentucky’s tradition of rejecting Republican candidates for state government while supporting them for federal office.
In an interview given on Friday at POLITICO’s State Solutions Conference, Bevin disputed polling data suggesting he is unpopular.
In every poll or survey that has ever been conducted, I have never been in the lead, according to Bevin. “And I’m here.”
The governor of Kentucky also praised the Trump administration’s initiatives to modernize commerce with China, a dynamic relationship he has sought to strengthen throughout his tenure as governor. He claimed that he frequently spoke on the phone with the president about trade and other matters.
At the State Solutions Conference hosted by POLITICO, Bevin stated, “It’s moving us into the reality of commerce that exists in the 21st century.” “Is it flawless? No.”
But, the governor said, if we reach agreements that both parties can This is what a decent grade policy looks like to live with.
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