When Washington began to fight with its new split reality, President Donald Trump withdrew his party's Senate victories, mocked members of his own party who had lost it after asking for his support, and even suggested that he could manage it more effectively after losing. Congress room.
At the beginning of next year, when the Democrats officially took control of the Assembly, Trump faces endless investigations, along with new questions about the endless policy efforts and the resilience of the non-elite political coalition. Nonetheless, they celebrated the Republican successes in obtaining the Senate and committed the crime of losing the GOP candidates because they were away from him and his extraordinary methods.
He got into the lap of an unstable victory, and despite a split decision, a 90-minute White House news conference said, "I thought it was very close to completing the victory." He also downplayed the number of high-profile Democrats, including his predecessor, who had crossed the nation to support the island and also claimed to be the only one responsible for his Republican victories.
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Although the Republicans were likely to have the highest number of Senate seats in 100 years, Trump was trying to avoid the failure of the Party to retain control. In an extraordinary scene, he soon evoked the Republicans who were defeated kayb Too bad, Mike medi, bir Mia Love didn't give me love, and he lost another ad and blamed them for not hugging the agenda.
"The candidates, who adopted our message about lower taxes, lower regulation, low crime, strong borders and major judges, were successful the other night." Said. Im On the other hand, let's stay away. Too bad they did. I'm not sure I should be happy or sad, but I feel good. "
The President's rebellion was felt at Capitol Hill. Republican Ryan Costello, a so-called Republican republican who announced that they retired earlier this year, tweeted his displeasure with the president's dialogue and said his colleagues "would not care any more about the time, they would not agree with the POTUS". Losing the POTUS bc and making it piss it leads me to my core.
Trump suggested that there could be a room for two partisanship. Democrats, who pushed the Democrats to challenge itself to their campaign, have in fact announced their willingness to work with them on infrastructure. The olive branch, however, announced that the Republicans retaliated if they used their own controls to investigate the work of the Democrats, demand their tax returns, and their business relations, the behavior of the cabinet, and their links with Russia.
"We can play this game, but we can play better, because we have something called the United States Senate," Trump said. ”If that happens, we'll do the same thing and the government has stopped and we will blame them.“
However, the White House press conference has also mentioned Trump's attacks on the media, because the president has repeatedly insulted reporters, interrupted questions, and exacerbated his anger repeatedly, because he saw some of them as y racist ına. . He also replied the repeated questions about upcoming personnel changes in the West Wing or his Cabinet – the outgoing warrior, Jeff, implied that movements, including the fate of Sessions, could come soon.
On Tuesday, during a meeting with the Democratic president of the president's house, Nancy Pelosi, it said that his office took a step forward for congratulations and two partisanships. On Wednesday, he said he deserved to be a House speaker.
"I give him too much credit. He works hard and hard, and I give him a lot of credit for what he's done and what he's accomplished," Trump said. Said.
Tuesday's results, seen as a referendum on Trump's presidency, are a rift that can easily expand during the two-year split control of Congress, while providing a split decision that reveals the deep tension in American voters. The aggressive campaign breach that Trump has triumphed in is that he believes this situation will continue to rest against the ban.
The House Control gave Democrats the ability to present the investigations to the president and suffocate the agenda, but the White House aid called them to cross the corridor.
"I am not aware that the Democratic deputies will have time to spend their time researching, provoking, deceiving people and inviting people to the court, even when it's time for most of their time, even part of their time," said Trump consultant Kellyanne Conway.
In addition to his speech with the Pelosi, the White House made a speech, including Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Republican Married Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer. And especially in Georgia, he said, olduğun I have heard that it is very productive in Georgia istan and reversed voter disorder and suppression reports.
Trump campaigned aggressively on the closing days of the competition, focusing on supporting Republicans in his states in 2016.
Trump's three rounds on the last day of Trump won Trump's election on Tuesday night. Republican Mike Braun, defeating the Democratic Sen Joe Donnelly in Indiana, Republican Josh Hawley, Democrat of Missouri, Claire McCaskill and Democrat Richard DeWine and Democrat Mike DeWine defeated. Cordray in the race for the Governor of Ohio.
The White House stressed the historical winds that day emerged: In the last thirty years, 2002 was the only intermediate choice when the party holding the White House won the Senate seats. And in the last eight years only two times the president's parties took home seats on midterm exams.
Trump's shadow expanded over the results. Approximately 40 per cent of voters cast their votes to oppose the president, according to AP VoteCast, a national survey of voters, who said they would vote to support Trump at 25 per cent.
Overall, more voters didn't approve more than Trump's endorsement of business performance – a finding that is consistent with the vote in recent times. Voters stood up for Trump's economy in a positive way and for what he "believed". However, the president received negative notes about the temperament and reliability of the electorate.
Nonetheless, about one-third of voters said that Trump's vote was not a factor.
Trump's roasted soil campaign came to define the 2018 campaign. Recently, with the approval of the Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh, he tried to motivate the fans with the battle.
On the way back to the immigration-heavy 2016 playbook, Trump continued to release all his anger as immigrants slowly moved southward into the camper's trailer. As many non-prisoners approached, many Republicans have sought to appeal to moderate voters in suburban home districts, but Trump prioritized priority elections that would determine the fate of the Senate in the dark red states.
Associated Press author Deb Riechmann contributed to this report.