The US mid-term elections countdown Trump: the Republican Party lost the house of Representatives.

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 The US mid-term elections countdown Trump: the Republican Party lost the house of Representatives.


When President Trump attended a campaign rally and delivered a speech on Friday, he publicly acknowledged for the first time that Republicans might not be able to retain a majority of seats in the House of Representatives and lose control of the House of Representatives.

Trump, however, showed that even if that happened, he would not be too worried. Obviously, the Senate was his goal.

Once confident of the Republican Partys control of the house of Representatives.

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, Trump, speaking at a campaign rally in West Virginia, said, That [losing control of the House of Representatives] could happen because he could not canvass all the constituencies personally. But he said he didnt care much: dont worry, I will do something about it. Last month, Trump told Fawkes news that he had full confidence in the Republican Partys control of the house of Representatives.

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In fact, Trumps visit to 11 campaign rallies over the past six days, almost all of them in the war-torn areas of the Senate, shows that he is more nervous about the Senate election. The reason is that the Senate is responsible for identifying the Supreme Court justices, members of the cabinet and ambassadors abroad.

The current Senate situation is obviously favorable for Trump. Of the 35 Senate seats in the re-election, only nine were Republican; of the 26 seats the Democrats wanted to retain, 10 were in the States Trump won in the presidential election two years ago.

As for the House of Representatives, all 435 seats were re-elected. To gain control, the Democratic Party had to win 23 seats from the Republican Party over the original seats. Since World War II, the political party of the incumbent president has lost 29 seats in the house of representatives in the mid-term elections. Voter turnout will be the key. Four years ago only 20% of young voters voted. Since 2016, young votersvoting intentions have increased significantly.

According to the advance voting figures from 48 states, 30.6 million people have voted so far, surpassing 28.3 million people in 2014. At least 28 states have more voters than four years ago, with individual states voting in advance, even close to the level of general elections two years ago. There is an analysis and estimate that the final voting rate in the mid term elections is as high as 50%.

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According to the overseas Chinese newspaper, from 2 to 3, Trump held rallies in West Virginia, Indiana and Montana to build momentum for the Republican Party. At the rally, he again used Justice Cavano to accuse the Democratic Party of sexual assault, and questioned that all the women who filed sexual assault charges were lying.

Trump tweeted Wednesday about Munro-Leighton, another woman in the Cavano incident, who was well-known to the public besides Ford and three other accusers, and said she had just admitted that she had lied - in a letter to the Senator, she said she had been sexually assaulted by Cavano, but later said she had not written. On the 2 day, Gerd Leslie, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked the Ministry of justice and FBI to investigate her.

Trump mentioned it at a rally in Montana: Its a lie, a complete lie, its a fake. Then he began to question other accusers: other people? When will they tell what happened?

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Trump said he was happy to support Cavano throughout his nomination process and condemned what would happen if Cavano failed to become Lord Chancellor because of a dirty lie.

This is the fourth time Trump has arrived in Montana during the election. Similar to previous rallies, he once again praised the governments economic report card and criticized the media for never focusing on low unemployment and economic growth but on Russia.

Trump arrived in Indianapolis, the capital of Indiana, that evening after a rally in West Virginia in the afternoon of February 2. Trump won the 2016 election in Indonesia by nearly 20 percentage points. This time, he and Vice President Burns, former governor of Indonesia, launched an offensive in this two-party state.

Trump, who has recently made immigration a key bargaining chip in his campaign, is trying to woo voters again with tough immigration claims. At the rally, he again referred to the caravan immigration team heading for the US-Mexico border and attacked the Democrats: Democrats want to invite caravan immigrants all the time, they want immigrants from illegal immigrants to come into our country. The blue tide will be equal to the wave of crime, while the red tide is equal to the legal system and security.

For their low support rate among women, Trump said border security is also a concern for women, they want security. He also reiterated that he won more womens support in the 2016 presidential election than Hillary Clinton, but that statement was wrong. Although he won more white womens votes in that year, he was generally not as good as Hillary Clinton. The mid-term elections in the United States in 2018 will be held on November 6, local time. They will be re-elected to the House of Representatives, some governors and some senators. Voters will also rate President Trumps achievements. Elections will include 435 seats in the House of Representatives, 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate, and 39 governors in 36 states and three U.S. territories. According to Xinhua News Agency, the election is of great significance: first, it will redraw most of the political territory of the Republican and Democratic parties at the federal, state and local levels; second, it will have an important impact on Trump Administrations ruling prospects and policy trends; and third, it will reflect the trend of political polarization and social splitting in the United States. Source: observer net responsibility editor: Huang Jia _NNB6466

For their low support rate among women, Trump said border security is also a concern for women, they want security. He also reiterated that he won more womens support in the 2016 presidential election than Hillary Clinton, but that statement was wrong. Although he won more white womens votes in that year, he was generally not as good as Hillary Clinton.

The mid-term elections in the United States in 2018 will be held on November 6, local time. They will be re-elected to the House of Representatives, some governors and some senators. Voters will also rate President Trumps achievements.

According to Xinhua News Agency, the election is of great significance: first, it will redraw most of the political territory of the Republican and Democratic parties at the federal, state and local levels; second, it will have an important impact on Trump Administrations ruling prospects and policy trends; and third, it will reflect the trend of political polarization and social splitting in the United States.