US Midterm Election 2022 Joe Biden And Donald Trump Big Statement | America Election: After the mid-term elections, Biden said – ‘Good day for democracy’, Trump said

US Midterm Elections 2022: US President Joe Biden called Wednesday a “good day for democracy” after a surprisingly strong performance in the mid-term election and praised the results. Biden also acknowledged voters’ frustration, but said an “overwhelming majority” of Americans supported his post-election economic agenda.

“I think it was a good day for democracy and I think it was a good day for America as well,” Biden told a White House news conference.

‘The election was somewhat disappointing’

On the other hand, it was a heavy night for former US President Donald Trump. He was hoping that his party would experience a wave of voters in this election, but it probably did not happen. However, he appeared ahead of the Democrats in the House of Representatives. In reference to the candidates that Trump personally supported, Trump said, “In some ways the election was somewhat disappointing, but from my personal point of view it was a huge victory – 219 wins and 16 losses.” Trump also said that no one has ever done better than this.

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In addition to seeing many of his high-profile candidates lose, Trump also saw a landslide victory for his main rival, Ron DeSantis, for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024. Ron has won a landslide victory to remain governor of Florida.

Let us tell you, the Republican Party is on the way to regain the 435-member House for the first time since the year 2018, but they have a lead of only a few seats. Top Republican Kevin McCarthy said, “It’s clear we’re going to take the House back.”

Will Biden contest the presidential election in 2024?

Biden’s tenure was bound to be questioned by the defeat in the House of Representatives. Mainly now the question is also arising whether Joe Biden should stand in the presidential election of 2024. However, if statistics are to be believed, he has outperformed his two Democratic predecessors, Barack Obama or Bill Clinton. Asked about his plans at Wednesday’s press conference, Biden said he would decide “early next year” for the presidency.

In the mid-term elections, voters considered the issue of abortion very important. To this Biden praised the “historic number” of young people who voted and pointed to support for abortion rights. “Voters spoke candidly about their concerns. Many people are still hurt,” Biden said. The president said he sent a clear and unmistakable message that he wanted to preserve our democracy and protect the right to choose in this country.

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