Donald Trump announced he would run for the Republican nomination for the White House on Nov. 15, 2022/AFP
While there are many supporters of Donald Trump’s theory that the 2020 election won by Joe Biden is the “robbery” lost in the US midterm elections, many others want seats in Congress. Acquire and fuel the fear of chaos.
Voters in so-called Hinge states (who lean towards one party or another based on their votes) rejected this theory, but Trump continues to have Republican support, relying on Republican bases to campaign for the election. let’s start doing …. The White House in 2024.
“Realistically, I know we’re going to see the Donald J. Trump show, act two, act one,” said Aron Solomon, a political analyst at legal marketing agency Esquire Digital. Mr. predicted over the next two years.
The Nov. 8 election results are a wake-up call to the hard-line Republican far-right as Republicans fail to seize control of the Senate, winning a narrow majority in the House despite predictions from a “red wave.” was considered. ”, the color of conservatives.
We are about to witness an unprecedented political melodrama, and we all need to protect ourselves.
The “Grand Old Party” (GOP) has lost most of its major Senate battles amid internal dissatisfaction about the quality of Trump-backed candidates.
But the roughly 170 Republicans who rejected the 2020 results will win seats in the House of Representatives, greatly influencing the choice of the Speaker, the person who oversees the day-to-day.
“Democracy can win”
Some of the politicians accused of spreading false information, including Trumpists Matt Gates and Marjorie Taylor Green, and former Vice President Mike Pence’s brother Greg Pence, have won seats in the House of Representatives. .
Elaine Luria, a Democrat on a House committee investigating the attack on the Capitol, lost to voter naysayers.
In the midterm elections, “Act 2 ended with a democratic success as Act 1”, but “Now we have Act 3, the 2024 presidential election.”
With the Democratic Senate and House further to the right, observers are anticipating two years of legislative stalemate and never-ending investigations into the Biden administration.