Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
Money | By Ralph Mccoy

Trump says USA government will halt if House Democrats investigate him

Trump says USA government will halt if House Democrats investigate him

As the president and his political advisers map out a strategy to win re-election in 2020, OH and Florida especially are must-win states.

On September 27, Christine Blasey Ford testified before Congress, alleging that Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted her more than 35 years ago when they were teenagers.

He also belittled the number of high-profile Democrats, including his predecessor Barack Obama, who crisscrossed the nation to support their candidates, while suggesting that he alone was responsible for the Republican triumphs. And after two years of the Republican Party's complete control over the executive and legislative branches of the government, voters in the United States were expected to exercise control over how things were going in the country.

The Democrats gained more than the 23 seats they needed for a majority in the 435-seat House of Representatives. But they do provide information on what mattered most to voters, and how they viewed key leaders and issues, based on their income, age, race, and other groupings.

Florida Democratic strategist Steve Schale argued that even if Democrats ultimately aren't victorious in their two statewide contests, the fundamentals of the state haven't changed - it's still a very evenly divided state that is still up for grabs in two years, though Democrats still have work to do.

He acknowledged that both DeSantis and Scott did well at reaching out to Hispanic voters - a possible struggle for Trump in two years if he keeps doubling down on fear of immigrants and revoking birthright citizenship.

There is no question that Trump drives up voter turnout, with 2016 seeing a 6.5 per cent increase from 2012. By and large, those voters who said health care was their most important midterm issue identified as Democrats. Tammy Baldwin's campaign. "If they do, Trump's map starts to get more hard". "It's Lean-R", said Matt Isbell, a Florida Democratic data analyst told Politico.

"This election was about accountability", Rep. Trump won its 20 electoral votes by about 44,000 votes as he toppled Hillary Clinton's "blue wall". The Democrats have been authorized, in Schiff's words, to reassert the role of the House as "a co-equal branch of government" that will "push back against the basic indecency of this person in the Oval Office".

Still, the Senate has had a Republican majority since 1994. It's unclear how this group of people will affect the 2020 election.

Trump even took credit for Flake's retirement.

Todd, the GOP strategist who co-wrote "The Great Revolt: Inside the Populist Coalition Reshaping American Politics", said he is concerned about Pennsylvania's prospects in 2020. But even with statewide losses in MI and Wisconsin on Tuesday, he argued there were still encouraging signs for the GOP and Trump in the Midwest.

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The defeat of Kris Kobach, who admittedly had his own problems combined with the baggage of home state Republicans who are themselves not especially Trumpy, in the Kansas gubernatorial race is another setback for building a Trumpism that outlasts the president. And only twice in the past eight decades has the president's party picked up House seats in the midterms.

"'Thank you for returning us to the majority".

Story of the suburbs. and beyond?

The high-stakes 2018 midterm elections in the USA delivered several significant firsts as millions came out in record numbers to elect the first two Muslim women to Congress, the youngest woman ever in Congress and the nation's first openly gay governor.

Paramount PicturesBut that would be a pointless exercise, because the Senate (and the House) are not elected by a single national "popular vote".

Although they have not determined precisely which investigations to launch next year, Democrats are expected to scrutinise Trump administration policies on immigration, education and health care, and to examine his personal finances and potential connections to Russian Federation. Clinton came within 10 points of Trump in Texas and trailed him by less than 5 points in Georgia.

Still too close to call is Democratic Rep. Helen Tai's Bucks County seat.

But the first order of business for the House Democratic Caucus is to nominate a speaker.

Fallout on the Republican side of the aisle is just as complicated, with Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy of California facing a challenge from conservative Rep. Jim Jordan of OH for the top spot in their shrunken ranks.

Republicans won governor races in the traditionally blue states of Vermont, Massachusetts, and Maryland.

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