Joe Biden impact in the United States of America in post covid-19 pandemic- The Democrats defended their majority in the Senate, their candidate won in Nevada
The Joe Biden good economic policy impact in the United States in post covid-19 pandemic , trade wars , climates changes protest in UK , Europe and all around the world, coupled with energy crisis and inflation’s at its highest.
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No one can make it even better in this era if you count the numbers on inversely proportional to the given odds.
In post covid-19 pandemic alone , when many countries are on their free falls to recessions, one of the oldest President in the history of United States of America moves on the right pathways with vast inherited problems from his predecessor and in an era of global climates changes and energy crisis.
The effect that is sure to affect the midterm election in the United States of America no matter the oppositions corners.
Democrats can now celebrate regardless of the outcome of Georgia’s Senate runoff on Dec. 6.
If the American Pastor – Senator Raphael Gamaliel Warnock were re-elected there, Democrats would have 51 representatives in the upper chamber of Congress.
The victory of Catherine Marie Cortez – American Lawyer, who lost slightly to her Republican rival during the count, means that Democrats already have a certain 50 senatorial votes.
They have had so many in the last two years, and most of them were provided by Vice President Kamala Harris, who by virtue of her position is the President of the Senate and can decide on a tie.
“I was incredibly pleased. I think it reflects the quality of our candidates,” said President Biden, who is attending the G20 summit in Asia.
“Now we’re concentrating on Georgia. There we see our position favorably. And I know I’m a foolish optimist,” he added.
Senate Majority Leader Charles Ellis Schumer said voters rejected the undemocratic and authoritarian direction taken by Republican supporters of former President Donald Trump, who refuse to concede defeat in the 2020 presidential election.
“America has shown that it believes in our democracy,” he said.
But Republicans have a chance to win a majority in the House of Representatives, where they still have 211 seats, according to US media. They are seven seats short of a majority.
According to the latest Edison Research projection, Democrats will hold at least 205 seats in the lower house.
In the remaining districts, it is not yet possible to say with precision who will win.
Regardless of the composition of the House of Representatives, the congressional election ended with its best result in 20 years for the party of the incumbent president.
Voters often complicate governing for an elected president in the middle of his term by placing one or both houses of Congress in the hands of the opposition in interim elections.
It happened to Democratic President Barack Obama and his Republican successor, Trump.
Even before the current election, voters were expected to severely punish the ruling party, given the high inflation , energy crisis all over the globe and a tough journey in post covid-19 pandemic.
But the results are disappointing for Republicans and cast a shadow over the plans of former President Trump, who is likely to announce his candidacy in the next presidential election in 2024.
According to the LA times and POLITICO, Democratic Secretary of State candidate Cisco Aguilar won in Nevada. He defeated Republican far-right James Carl Marchant Jr, who refused to certify Joe Biden’s victory in Nevada’s 2020 presidential election.
The Republican far-right James Carl Marchant Jr is among the proponents of former President Trump’s unsubstantiated allegations that the last presidential election was marred by fraud and irregularities.
The Office of the Secretary of State is the third highest post in the state and its tasks include overseeing elections.
✅ Best day for stocks in two years
U.S. stocks on Thursday experienced their strongest rise since spring 2020.
The S&P 500 rose 5.54 percent.
The Dow Jones firmed 3.7 percent and the Nasdaq Composite jumped 7.35 percent.
Investors reacted mainly to the news that the inflation rate in the United States surprisingly fell to 7.7 percent in October from 8.2 percent in September.
All major stock exchanges in Western Europe also closed trading with significant gains yesterday.
✅ Trumpists lost the election
The results of the US congressional elections are still incomplete.
In the United States, however, there is already talk of a major disappointment for former President Donald Trump.
Some of the key Republican candidates Trump supported in the election, such as Mehmet Oz, who was running for a senatorial seat in Pennsylvania, failed.
This fact could seriously jeopardize Trump’s possible candidacy for the US presidency in 2024.
According to the media, the ex-president is even facing pressure from his supporters not to announce his candidacy yet.
- U.S. President Joe Biden said he was “extremely pleased” with voter turnout in the 2022 midterm elections
U.S. President Joe Biden said he was “extremely pleased” with voter turnout in the 2022 midterm elections, after Democrats controlled the Senate.
Speaking to reporters in Cambodia Nov. 13 after Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto was re-elected in Nevada, narrowly defeating Republican challenger Adam Laxalt, Biden said turnout reflected the quality of Democratic candidates.
Biden traveled to Cambodia from 12-11 to attend the 10th ASEAN-US Summit.
“Now we’re focused on racing in Georgia. We feel good about where we are now. Again, I’m not surprised by the turnout. I am extremely pleased. I think this is a reflection of the quality of our candidates,” Biden said cheerfully.
According to the results of the midterm National Assembly elections, as of noon 13-11 Vietnam time, Democrats won 50 seats in the Senate and Republicans had 49 seats.
There is still an unknown Senate seat in Georgia, and the state will have to vote again on Dec. 6 because both candidates don’t get the necessary votes.
However, even if Republicans win in Georgia, President Joe Biden’s Democrats will continue to control the Senate because Vice President Kamala Harris’ vote will break the balance 50-50 in the Senate.
In this year’s midterm elections, former President Donald Trump has focused on urging far-right conservatives to vote in favor of Republican candidates for congressional and local positions. He used to confidently think of the “red wave.”
But many argue that Trump has endorsed candidates who can’t afford to appeal to voters in a large enough constituency. This led to a lackluster record for Republicans in the midterm elections.
ABC News reported that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer held a press conference on the evening of 12-11 (US time) to celebrate the fact that Democrats continue to control the Senate.
“This election is a victory and an affirmation for the Democratic Party, our agenda, for America and for the American people,” Schumer said.
According to Schumer, Democrats won by three things: “great” candidates, the party’s agenda, and voters saying “no” to “radical Republicans.”
Throughout the campaign, Republican candidates focused on messaging about rising crime, out-of-control inflation and the crisis at america’s southern border.
Democrats, meanwhile, have focused on abortion rights, voting rights and the denial of election results, which is very worrisome for American democracy that occurred after the 2020 U.S. presidential election.
According to The Guardian, ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, the Democratic Party is expected to suffer heavy losses. Many worrying signals such as Biden’s support level is low, Democrats are not performing well on the economy.
But, the Republican “red wave” did not take place. Based on the vote count, Republicans have a chance to control the House by a smaller margin than they expected, while Democrats retain control of the Senate.
Towards the end of the race, abortion rights were seen as a decisive issue.
Anger at the loss of federal protections for abortion rights has driven women and young adults to vote, bringing an unexpected string of victories for Democrats.