Democrats are poised to take control of the Senate and Trump is preparing to announce his candidacy for the presidency

Democrats are poised to take control of the Senate and Trump is preparing to announce his candidacy for the presidency
Democrats are poised to take control of the Senate and Trump is preparing to announce his candidacy for the presidency

Democrats are poised to take control of the Senate and Trump is preparing to announce his candidacy for the presidency

Democrats are poised to retain control of the US Senate, with their nominee winning in Arizona, while former President Donald Trump prepares to announce his candidacy for the White House in 2024.

Three television networks announced the re-election of Democratic Senator Mark Kelly of Arizona.

Former astronaut Kelly’s victory over Republican opponent Blake Masters brings the number of Democratic senators to 49 so far, a one-seat difference to ensure a majority while voting continues in Nevada and a second round will be held in Georgia on December 6th.

Kelly’s rival Blake Masters in Arizona was not immediately defeated, while Trump wrote on his social network that some voting machines in Arizona were malfunctioning, leading to “voter fraud.” He called for a “new election”.

The White House said President Joe Biden called Kelly to congratulate him.

Trump will announce his candidacy for the 2024 presidential election the day after tomorrow, said his longtime adviser Jason Miller.

The former president, who will be 78 by the 2024 election, hinted that he would vote in that election while campaigning for Republican candidates ahead of this week’s midterm vote. He said he would make a “very important announcement” the day after tomorrow.

“The day after tomorrow, Trump will announce his candidacy for the presidency,” Miller told former Trump adviser Steve Bannon on his famous Wordroom podcast, marking his third candidacy, including his loss to Biden in 2020.

With 211 seats so far, it looks like the Republicans could win a slim majority in the 435-seat House of Representatives.

But control of the Senate may not be clear until the Dec. 6 runoff in Georgia.

With the two parties tied for 49 Senate seats each, the Democrats will retain control of the Senate thanks to Vice President Kamala Harris’ vote.

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