Now the US stands its own way


Joe Biden and his Democrats will have a more difficult time governing the country in the future.

US President Joe Biden (79) will face opposition from Congress in the second half of his term. Republicans won a narrow majority in the House of Representatives, as American television stations and the AP news agency reported on Thursday evening, based on vote counts and forecasts. This allows them to block legislative initiatives from the White House and investigate Biden and his policies.

At the same time, last week in the midterm elections, Americans in many cases preferred the Democrats, especially over the radical Republicans supported by ex-president Donald Trump (76). Contrary to expectations, Democrats retained control of the Senate and even have a chance to expand their majority there. And in the House of Representatives, instead of the expected landslide victory, the Republicans will be just over the required majority of 218 votes.

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