- Five states are considering the legalization of medical or recreational marijuana. It is now made up of 51 Republicans and 49 Democrats.
Mr Trump declared "the Republican agenda is the American dream" and at his final event, in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, he called on supporters to seize their "righteous destiny as Americans". With 218 seats needed for a majority, Democrats have won 219 and the Republicans 193, with winners undetermined in 23 races.
It's very likely Republicans will keep control of Senate. That'll be the first question you'll get asked.
"I don't care. They can do whatever they want, and I can do whatever I want", Trump said as he deplaned in IN for his second rally of the day. But White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders minimized the magnitude of Democratic gains.
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Overall, more voters disapproved of Trump's job performance than approved - a finding that is largely consistent with recent polling.
President Donald Trump has been interrupted multiple times by protesters during his IN rally on his final midterm sprint.
While Trump is not on the ballot, the most polarizing USA president for decades has put himself at the center of every issue.
The protesters were escorted out.
At every rally, Trump has vowed to his chanting supporters they will "win, win, win".
He wryly mused that he was "not surprised" they would be a factor in IN, but it wasn't clear what he meant. Voters scored Trump positively on the economy and for standing up "for what he believes in". That's because some progressive Democratic candidates have promised they would not vote for Pelosi for speaker.
Trump was in IN to back Republican Senate candidate Rep. Mike Braun, who is challenging Democratic incumbent Sen.
Bredesen added that he's not running against Trump. But the president received negative marks from voters on temperament and trustworthiness.
Trump has publicly remained nonchalant about the notion of a Democratic-controlled House.
Meanwhile, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he was pumping another $5 million in national advertising into the final two days before the midterm elections.
Republicans are defending 41 open or vacant House seats on Tuesday, compared with 22 defended by Democrats. Among those expected were Trump's adult children, White House aides, Republican officials and presidential friends. Under GOP control, the Senate is expected to resume its efforts to reshape the federal judiciary by filling hundreds of lifetime positions with young conservatives, something the House has no say in.
The contradictory message sent by voters on Tuesday night recalls Clinton's win in the popular vote but defeat in the Electoral College and underlines the split down the middle of American politics.
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Trump is set to do rallies in IN and Missouri later Monday. A handful of others played outsized roles in their parties' midterm campaigns, though not as candidates, and were reluctant to telegraph their 2020 intentions before the 2018 fight was decided.
As for how Trump will work with a Democratic majority - Schrader isn't so concerned. That made the task of Maine's Republican gubernatorial candidate, Shawn Moody, and Michigan's GOP choice, Attorney General Bill Schuette, daunting after eight years of Republican rule.
Some hurt worse than others.
House Democrats may not be able to push their bills into law, but they are certain to use their new majority - and the powers that go with it - to pursue a variety of investigations into Trump Cabinet members accused of misusing taxpayer funds; to subpoena Trump's tax returns and probe his business ties; to reopen the House inquiry into his campaign's link to Russian Federation during the 2016 campaign; and quite possibly pass articles of impeachment against the president, depending upon how big the Democratic majority is.
He says, "In a sense, I am on the ticket".
After Ohio, Trump will travel to IN and Missouri. "Donald Trump has the pen, and his handwriting isn't always very good". Democrats are relying more upon women, people of colour, young people and college graduates. The president answered questions from reporters before he boarded Air Force One for a flight to OH for the first of three closing campaign rallies.
"Everything matters and everything's at stake", Schriock said.
Trump says he'll review any reports about Zinke's conduct.
"You know, I told all our candidates at the beginning of this year that you don't want to be coming out against Donald Trump".
Perhaps more importantly, they would also win subpoena power to investigate the president's many personal and professional mis-steps.
Trump will be holding rallies in Georgia and Tennessee on Sunday.
President Donald Trump is stoking anxiety about illegal voting - a practice found to be rare - on the eve of Tuesday's elections.
After the surprising results in the 2016 presidential election, pundits are reluctant to make predictions. Anyone caught will be subject to the Maximum Criminal Penalties allowed by law. "Health care for millions of people".
The political realignment, if it solidifies, could re-shape USA politics for a generation.
While some Democrats are finding success in leaning into using their campaigns as a referendum on President Donald Trump, Oregon Democratic Rep. Kurt Schrader, who serves as the chief candidate recruiter for the coalition, said that that strategy doesn't work for districts with prospective Blue Dogs. Democrats also reclaimed a handful of blue-collar districts carried by both former President Barack Obama and Trump. Appearing in Gary, Indiana, and later in Chicago, Obama warned Democrats not to be distracted by lies and fear-mongering.
All of those close House races would have to tip Republicans' way, something that's very possible given the conservative lean of those districts and the distrust of the media, purposefully stoked by the president.