Former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli has expressed optimism that GOP candidate Glenn Youngkin will win the gubernatorial race, praising his “positive agenda” shortly before the Nov. 3 election. Cuccinelli appeared on “Fox & Friends” Monday to discuss the race, predicting it would be a “Republican sweep” across the board.
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KEN CUCCINELLI: Well the first rule of holes is to stop digging when you’re in it, and Terry McAuliffe is breaking that rule. His little shtick on teachers has long been refuted by left-wing fact-checkers. So I mean, it’s a pretty hopeless bet. And you name people who came to Virginia for Terry McAuliffe, nobody had to come for Glenn Youngkin, and by the way, ex-Gov. Doug Wilder, I really think he’s heading for a lot of that the way he wants to. do when he pointed out that the Democratic ticket did not give black voters a reason to come vote for them, while the Republican ticket, led by Glenn Youngkin, presented a positive platform from Doug Wilder’s perspective. It is a very positive thing. And look, I won and lost all over the state of Virginia, and right now Virginia is keen to win for Glenn Youngkin, Winsome Sears, and Jason Miyares. I think it’s going to be a Republican sweep. That’s what it feels like right now, and I don’t see anything changing, certainly not the arrival of Joe Biden on this side of the Potomac to change that direction.
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