As you’ve probably heard, the “red wave” or red tsunami or red eruption that Republicans (and the media) predicted in the months leading up to the midterm elections didn’t come true. As of Wednesday afternoon, control of the House and Senate is still up in the air, but the fact that despite historical trends, the Republican Party has yet to come close to overthrowing the opposition is deeply humiliating for the right. And one person in particular has a hard time coping with the consequences!
According to multiple reports, donald trump Given the loss of the number of candidates he endorsed, and the fact that a Republican sweep had put him well-positioned to announce a 2024 White House run, he’s outnumbered. ‘Trump is furious’ and ‘yelling at everyone’, ex-president adviser Said CNN’s Jim Acosta On Wednesday morning, the adviser added that his boss was only to blame for supporting “bad candidates.”
Similarly Maggie Haberman murmured The Trump said, “This morning, especially Memet Ozlost to John Fetterman In Pennsylvania, despite conservatives claiming that Fetterman is brain dead. According to Haberman, the 45th president “blames everyone who advised him to support Oz.” melania trump, She reportedly said her endorsement of Oz Trump was “not her best decision.” (You know, with the one she made as a young Eastern European model to marry a gasbag real estate developer and move into a penthouse, he told the decorator plainly. Oh, A fly on a Mar-a-Lago ketchup-stained wall tonight!
Haberman also said Wednesday that “there are people who are pressuring Trump to change his schedule.”  That may be unlikely, however, given that “by yesterday he would have to admit he was injured.” Of course, Trump will never admit that he has failed or that the only person he has to blame here is himself. Of course, the reason we know that is because he said exactly that, even before the results came out.
In related news, Ron DeSantis (1) Trump reportedly “hates DeSantis” and (2) DeSantis is seen as his top contender in the presidential race. 2024 Republican Presidential Nomination, and (3) Rupert Murdochmedia empire has elevated the governor of Florida to the new de facto leader of the Republican Party.