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Top Republicans optimistic for 2022 prospect after Virginia win

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Top Republicans optimistic for 2022 prospect after Virginia win

Washington, Nov 9 (Prensa Latina) The Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell forecast that the Republican party will have a "very good election" in 2022, as they seek to reach a majority in both houses of Congress.
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On Monday, just a year before midterm legislative elections in the United States, Mr. McConnell was optimistic and assured “they have a tail wind” as winning 34 seats in the Upper House.

GOPers will have to defend those seats and win others currently held by Democrats, a political force that has recently lost key races such as in Virginia.

This fact, coupled with the plummeting acceptance of President Joe Biden, are GOPers´ weapons to get an overwhelming majority in the upcoming votes, Mr. McConnell said.

Regarding the possibility of being in league with former President Donald Trump (2017-2021) in order to gain support, Mr. McConnell recommended focusing on the future and not the past.

Other Republicans including former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie strongly believed that the only way to get electoral results is to go beyond obsession on Trump, who is increasingly showing signs of running again as US president in 2024.

According to The Hill newspaper, Republican senators are deeply concerned that Trump could thwart their hopes of regaining the majority of Senate due to his support for people with questionable social behaviors.

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