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I'm just so confused. You said Donald "won" the midterms, but he was absolutely humiliated.
The House is about to be in Democrats hands for the first time in a decade. That means Democrats now have the power to subpoena anyone (and any thing) they want.
Donald's tax returns? Rep. Richard Neal will be able to subpoena those on January 3, 2019.
Did Donald violate campaign finance law with his hush money payments to Stormy and other porn stars? Is he currently violating the emoluments clause that prohibits a President from profiting off of the office? Rep. Elijah Cummings will be able to get to the bottom of that (and a whole lot more) come January 3, 2019.
I can go on and on. Donald is going to quickly realize that divided government is a wholllllllllllllllllle lot different than one party rule.
Let's move on to the states - the 50 "laboratories of Democracy."
Walker in Wisconsin? Gone.
Snyder (although he didn't run - his AG did on his same far-right policies) in Michigan? Buh-bye.
Kobach in DEEP RED KANSAS? Lost by FIVE percentage points!
Rauner in Illinois? Obliterated.
New Hampshire: Democrats retake majority in State House *and* Senate.
Colorado: Democrats retake the state Senate and will control all branches of state government.
Connecticut: Democrats retake the state Senate and will control all branches of state government.
Minnesota: Democrats retake the state House.
Maine: Democrats retake the state Senate *AND* governorship.
Nevada: Democrats retake governorship and will control all branches of state government.
I can go on and on. Tuesday was a good night for Democrats and we should be proud of the results.