President Trump has called Nancy Pelosi to congratulate her on the Democrat victory in the House, but celebrated the Senate gains for the GOP. The Daily Caller reports:
President Donald Trump called House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to congratulate her party on seizing control of the lower chamber in the 2018 midterm elections, her office said in a late Tuesday statement.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders originally cast doubt on whether he would call Pelosi noting that many within her own party may not even vote for her to become the next speaker of the house. Trump, however, expressed magnanimity in the call and noted Pelosi’s call for bipartisanship.
The president also tweeted earlier in the evening noting the results of the 2018 midterm elections so far saying he was heartened by the results despite the House loss.
While the Midterms are a loss for the GOP, the Senate being solidly behind Trump will now enable more judicial and executive nominations.
The democrat win in the House is a set back for preservation of the Constitution and our liberty. But it is not the end. We must stand up and continue to uphold the Constitution and our freedom. The Senate can help keep the House in check. And there will be another election in two years.
All of the voter fraud should now be brought out and all votes reversed that were affected by such fraud. In a way, this is an OPPORTUNITY to throw out the fraudulent “winners” and make the electoral process become HONEST for a change. There WAS a landslide against the Democrats, they just have the fraud in place to fight it — but it is EASY TO SEE and then DEAL WITH. WE must insist.
All of the voter fraud should now be brought out and all votes reversed that were affected by such fraud. In a way, this is an OPPORTUNITY to throwLadd out the fraudulent “winners” and make the electoral process become HONEST for a change.
The Main problem with the House of Reps. is very important in order to pass the Laws that the President wants to be passed and the Senate really has no control over the passing of new Bills in Congress. Right?