Although Democrats retain their majority in the Senate, elections in the US state of Georgia remain critical to their influence. Because with a larger majority in the Senate, Democrats are less vulnerable than ever to opposition senators from their own ranks. When Democrats hold majorities in various Senate committees, it’s easier to pass legislation quickly.
Almost a week after the midterms, all the results are still out. Although Democrats in the Senate hold their own and the House of Representatives looks set to fall to Republicans, Georgia’s results are exciting for both parties. American reporter John Postma and foreign commentator Bernard Hummelburg say.
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According to Postma, there are two reasons why that one seat makes a difference in the Senate. “With a minimum majority of senators, there’s no room for troublemakers. In recent years, we’ve seen disaffected senators, who now have less influence. So the Democrats have a majority in Senate committees: then you can make decisions easier and faster. For example, in the appointment of judges. In that case, the majority seat really makes the difference. causes
With a Democratic majority, Hamelburg says, Democrats also provide the chairs of those committees. In a fifty-fifty situation where those items are negotiated, profits in Georgia are no longer required.
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Former President Donald Trump appears to be the big loser in the midterm elections, with none of his front-runners winning and Republicans left and right starting to reject him. Republicans seem tired of Trump. However, Trump has announced with much fanfare that he will make a major announcement on November 15. “The debate over Trump’s successor has exploded,” says Hummelberg, who not only has mainstream Republicans openly rejecting him, but also his beloved news channel, Fox News.
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“I think the Trump era is over. That’s good news for the Republican Party, which can now extricate itself from that ugly episode.’ According to Postma, many Republicans are now cautious about showing their colors and waiting to see what Trump announces on the 15th.
How much competition will Trump face from popular Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis? Postma calls DeSantis a “clone of Trump,” but with some key differences. In this way he expresses himself very politely and does not swear constantly. ‘He is a little cautious when it comes to taking serious positions.’ And with that he draws a wide audience among Republicans. He is well received by a broad swath of Republicans. This is the name you’ve heard the most in a year.’
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