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Joe Biden - 45th President

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November 2018:

Senate Election Results:

Republicans: 57 (won Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, North Dakota, and Montana)

Democrats: 41

Independents: 2

House of Representatives Election Results:

Republicans: 250

Democrats: 185

A huge blow to President Joe Biden as many experts are blaming Biden's foreign policy for the Democrat's electoral loses.  This will require President Biden to come to the middle kind of like Bill Clinton has to do in the 90s.

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January 2019

As the beginning of the next election comes near, the Republican majority has sent  bill repealing and replacing Obamacare to President Biden's desk.  As expected, Biden vetoed the bill and called for Republicans to move past partisan agendas in order to better the country.

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February 2019

Russia has continued operations in Georgia and has expanded its funding of Ukrainian rebels.  They are also funding insurgents in Estonia.  Many countries are denouncing these actions, but not much can be done.

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March 2019

A bipartisan bill putting extreme sanctions on Russia in response to its recent aggressions has reached President Biden's desk and has sign it.  Many in the public approve of this decision although some question how effective the sanctions will be.

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April 2019

The 2020 Presidential election starts to pick up.  Joe Biden has announced that he will run for re-election.  Elizabeth Warren has mentioned challenging Biden from the left but has not made any final decision yet.  Martin O'Malley has also mentioned a possible run despite endorsing Biden in the last election.  Jim Webb has had a few events around the South and has been mentioned by the media as a possible candidate if other candidates enter the race.  Bernie Sanders, who has changed his party registration to the Green Party as a protest of the Biden administration being too moderate, is being mentioned as a possible candidate for the Green Party.  On the Republican side, Ted Cruz has jumped in as has Scott Walker.   In a surprise move, Gov. Bevin of Kentucky has also declared.  And, Gov. Rauner of Illinois, after successfully defending his spot in 2018, has entered.  John Kasich has mentioned the possibility of another attempt.  Marco Rubio has been speculated by the media, but it is also speculated that he could run with Joe Biden again.  Trey Gowdy has also been mentioned as a potential candidate.  Brian Sandoval previously stated an interest in joining the race but has not said anything of it recently.

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May 2019

The fields are set for the Presidential election.  On the Democratic side the candidates are President Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Martin O'Malley, and Jim Webb.  For the Republicans there are Ted Cruz, Scott Walker, Bruce Rauner, Matt Bevin, John Kasich, Nikki Haley, Brian Sandoval, and Kelly Ayotte.  Bernie Sander will run as the Green Party candidate while Austin Peterson will be the Libertarian candidate.

 

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