Trump: ‘King’ to some in Pennsylvania, but will it help GOP?


              FILE - House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., speaks at DMI Companies in Monongahela, Pa., Sept. 23, 2022. House Republicans unveiled their own campaign agenda, hoping their “Commitment to America” can tap into the same political sentiment former President Donald Trump used to attract not just Republican but independent and former Democratic voters to the polls. But it’s unclear if the support that drove Trump to the White House will turn out this fall. (AP Photo/Barry Reeger, File)
            
              A historical marker in a park is displayed in downtown Monongahela, Pa., a battleground state in the midterm elections on Sept. 23, 2022. The enthusiasm for Donald Trump’s unique brand of nationalist populism cut into traditional Democratic strongholds in places like Monongahela, where brick storefronts and a Slovak fellowship hall dot Main Street, and church bells mark the hours of the day. Republicans are counting on political nostalgia for the Trump era as they battle Democrats this fall in Pennsylvania in races for governor, the U.S. Senate and Congress. (AP Photo/Lisa Mascaro)
            
              The Monongahela River is seen in Monongahela, Pa., Sept. 23, 2022. The enthusiasm for Donald Trump’s unique brand of nationalist populism cut into traditional Democratic strongholds in places like Monongahela, where brick storefronts and a Slovak fellowship hall dot Main Street, and church bells mark the hours of the day. Republicans are counting on political nostalgia for the Trump era as they battle Democrats this fall in Pennsylvania in races for governor, the U.S. Senate and Congress.(AP Photo/Lisa Mascaro)
            
              Michelle DeHosse poses for a photo at the farmer's market in downtown Monongahela, Pa., Sept. 23, 2022. DeHosse runs a custom screen-print and embroidery shop on Main Street but said she has had trouble hiring employees since the COVID-19 crisis. While she said just can’t afford the $20 an hour and health care benefits many applicants demand, she understands that many workers need both. “It’s the economy that’s the biggest concern,” she said. (AP Photo/Lisa Mascaro)
            
              Trump-Pence sign hangs on a building off of Main Street in Monongahela, Pa., on Sept. 23, 2022. The sign is a lasting vestige of the campaign fervor that roused voters to the polls, including many who still believe the falsehood that the former president didn’t lose the 2020 election and hope he will run again in 2024. (AP Photo/Lisa Mascaro)
Trump: ‘King’ to some in Pennsylvania, but will it help GOP?