18 Nov The U.S. midterm elections have taught us a few key lessons
Trump. Judges. Election-deniers. They will all be affected by the results.
The Florida governor, whose stock rose this week, is Donald Trump’s closest rival on the right. Reuters/Gaelen Morse, Marco Bello. A surprisingly small margin of between two and five seats appears to have given Republicans a slim majority in the House of Representatives. A runoff in Georgia next month will determine whether Democrats barely keep control of the Senate: Despite high inflation and low approval ratings, Democrats enjoyed arguably their best midterm result in generations. Despite this, defeat still has consequences. In this election, there were several for both parties: the U.S. and Canada. Rupert Murdoch’s newspapers mock and blame him for Republicans’ struggles, accusing him of backing fringe figures who underperformed. Morning Consult released another poll on Tuesday showing Trump still leading DeSantis 47-33. However, the same pollster finds DeSantis’ standing improving.
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The U.S. midterm elections have taught us a few key lessons