The forecast called for a blue wave – a metaphor for the Democrats winning many of the races against President Trump’s Republican Party.
In the end it was something less than that – with the U.S. Congress now split between both parties. Something that could prove challenging to Mr. Trump’s agenda. So, how did the President view the election results?
CGTN’s Daniel Ryntjes reports.
- Morgan Muchnick is a Republican strategist and the founder of the M2 Group.
- Amy Holmes is the co-host of the PBS program “In Principle”.
- Frank Sesno is the former CNN Washington bureau chief and the director of George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs.
- Nathan King is CGTN’s White House correspondent.
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