South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott says GOP push to win back House and Senate majorities ‘a team sport'

And Scott, a rising star in the GOP, says that “without a primary, it does afford me the opportunity to help my colleagues around the country.”

Republicans aim to win back majorities in the House of Representatives and the Senate in November’s midterm elections, and Scott notes he’s continuing “to look for ways to be helpful.”

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“In many ways winning back the majority this year is a team sport,” the senator emphasized in an exclusive interview with Fox News on the eve of his Thursday trip to Iowa to help raise money for the state GOP. “We are going to do our part to make sure that we create a firewall to the Biden administration and their priorities.”

Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina meets voters in Summerville, South Carolina, in November 2021. The Republican senator is running for reelection this year.

Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina meets voters in Summerville, South Carolina, in November 2021. The Republican senator is running for reelection this year.

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