“Definition of madness does the same over as well as over again waiting for another result,” he added. “Donald Trump kept saying that we would win so much that we would get tired. of win. I’m tired of loss. That’s all he did.”
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (right) echoed Hogan’s comments. on ABC’s “This Week” is calling out Republican Senate nominee Don Bolduc. in of his state, “republican extremist” and speaking results throughout the country amounted to “refusal of this extremism.
“America asked for more Moderation for quite a long time,” Sununu said. who like Hogan is a potential Republican presidential candidate. in 2024. “There are just certain parts of The Republican Party that didn’t listen so well. We have just should get back to the basics. It’s not irreparable.”
For his part, Trump blamed Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky). for defeat of Arizona Senate candidate Blake Masters and others, claiming he mishandled the primary. “This is Mitch McConnell’s fault,” Trump tweeted. on The truth of social “Expenses money win great Republican candidates instead of the support of Blake Masters and others was big mistake”.
Other Republicans sought to portray the election results in a more a positive light noting that they are likely to barely take control of house. “Republicans will win. The majority will be a very small majority, but we have the ability over in next two years to be last line of defense to block Biden’s agenda,” Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) said. on Fox News Sunday. He predicted that the Republicans might increase their numbers in house in elections in 2024.
Representative Jamie Ruskin (D-Md.), Member of Committee of Inquiry January 6, 2021, attack on Capitol, said intermediate voters showed they were wanted nothing to do with extremism. He said House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) must decide whether to resist Trump’s “toxic influence.” on in party”If he gets chance mount run for speaker.
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Speaker Nancy Pelosi (R-CA) on “State of Union” declined speculate on Will Democrats Lose Control? of home once upon a time votes in the prominent races are counted, but it is noted that party far exceeded expectations.
“I think we see path to future it’s much brighter than what the experts predicted,” she said, adding: “Who would have thought two months ago that this red wave would turn into a tiny trickle, if at all? But we never believed it.”
Pelosi said Republicans hurt themselves by taking what she felt was a bad road. in in aftermath of in home invasion attack on her husband, Paul. “It was not just in attack. It was a shameful Republican reaction,” she said.
Josh Shapiro, Pennsylvania Attorney general who won in race for governor in landslide for Democrats said they thought concrete decisions played better than attacks with voters in Trump Rural Counties.
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“I can just tell you what we did,” said Shapiro. on “State of Union” when asked about the Democrats’ successful strategy. “We have shown up and we treated people with respect. And we talked to them about practical things that should make their lives better.”
Also on Sunday programs Republican senators debated whether to postpone leadership elections until a runoff on Dec. 6. in Georgia. Sens. Rick Scott of Florida and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin called for holding off on vote. McConnell is keen to continue his tenure as Minority Leader.
“If we hold this election right on Wednesday, you will probably have more campaign completed in high school class president election than we would in most deliberative body in in world” Johnson said. on Fox “Sunday Morning Futures”.
Republican Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana on “Meet the Press” NBC and Tom Cotton of Arkansas on Face the Nation said they supported McConnell. Cotton noted that no one hasn’t challenged him yet. ” great wrestling Champion Ric Flair said, “To be a man, you have to beat a man,” Cotton said. “And yet no one had the audacity step forward as well as challenge Senator McConnell.