DEMOCRATS CELEBRATING 'POLITICAL FOOL'S GOLD'?: Who were the biggest winners in Tuesday's midterm elections? ... If you believe Democrats - and the mainstream media headlines - you might say the Democratic Party, since it succeeded in taking control of the House. And that means President Trump's legislative agenda may hit nothing but roadblocks for the next two years and he could be bogged down continuous investigations on alleged Russia collusion and more by Democrats who want to impeach him. But one notable Democrat, Bryan Dean Wright, calls his party's victory "political fool's gold" because the power to shape the country and its legislature rests in the Senate.
If the economy continues to flourish, Democrats will continue to face an uphill battle in their quest to make Trump a one-term president in 2020. Plus, if nothing gets accomplished in Congress, President Trump will blame one party - the "obstructionist" Democrats. So, the Democratic Party has to walk a delicate line with its newly regained power in the House. Dems, the pundits agree, must become more than "anti-Trump" party. And oh yes, they find a viable candidate to run against Trump.
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