Senate Majority Republican Is In A Danger

Senate Majority Republican Is In A Danger
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Thursday, March 3rd, 2016 at 12:30pm in the Senate Radio/TV Gallery (S-325), Senate Democrats and the Congressional Black Caucus will hold a press conference to urge Senate Republicans to do their job, stop ignoring the Constitution and commit to meet with the President’s Supreme Court Nominee and holding hearings and a vote.

The uneven or not so optimal handling of the coronavirus crisis by President Donald Trump, has effects in changing the role of Senate majority, may lead to chances of Democrats to come in momentum, they might take the control in the next election. 


On Monday, Neil Newhouse, longtime pollster of Republican said, “What we assumed was going to be the political environment a few months ago (solid economy and record unemployment) has been turned on its head,” he added, “We always assumed that it was going to be a fight to hold the Senate, and that seems more true now than ever.”


Neil Newhouse has analyzed the far beyond the Senate haven’t thought of yet. He is aware of whether the decision was taken by Trump to stay at home and keep social distancing to limit the spread of the virus, for the benefits of its citizens but the economic downfall has laid the circumstances against The Trump as well as to its party. The economic slowdown, increasing unemployment with the President’s such amusing statements, making the citizens angry, causing Senate Republicans to face tizzy and making strategies to fight for their existence. 

The weekend publication of The New York Times, Maggie Haberman and Jonathan Martin wrote that “President Trump’s erratic handling of the coronavirus outbreak, the worsening economy and a cascade of ominous public and private polling have Republicans increasingly nervous that they are at risk of losing the presidency and the Senate if Mr. Trump does not put the nation on a radically improved course.”

Sean Sullivan, The Washington Post also publishes the similar column in their piece that also a light on the emergence of Joe Biden as the nominee from the Democrats has altered the maths: “The former vice president’s emergence is part of a larger shift in prospects that has become clear in states such as Arizona, Colorado, North Carolina, and even Montana and Georgia, as a surge in Democratic fundraising, along with President Trump’s struggles to manage the coronavirus pandemic, have led independent analysts to upgrade Democrats’ chances.”

The reason why the Senate majority is afraid or nervous is that according to the data, to win the majority in the Senate, Democrats require three seats if Trump loses and Joe Biden wins in the November election or need four seats if Trump is re-elected as the President. 


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