Trump ran the entirety of the final stretch of the midterm campaign on his cruel and bigoted immigration agenda and it was rejected by voters. It is a political loser. He is on the wrong side of the issue.
Be. Not. Afraid.
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) November 27, 2018
Democrats benefited in 2018 from suburbia's changing demographics and the animosity many well-educated suburban residents feel for President Trump. https://t.co/mXdK7TdLe0
— The Upshot (@UpshotNYT) November 27, 2018
Dems' fundraising dominance in 2018 wasn't just the result of anger at an unpopular GOP president in a midterm; it was as much the result of wealthy voters' relatively recent abandonment of GOP/migration to Dems.
This isn't a problem that's going away for GOP anytime soon.
— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) November 20, 2018
The #GOPTaxScam has benefited shareholders & CEOs, while American workers are being kicked to the curb. It's time to give workers at General Motors & other big companies a stronger voice in corporate decisions. My Accountable Capitalism Act would do that: https://t.co/Chp7f0LJi3
— Elizabeth Warren (@SenWarren) November 26, 2018
??NEW: @RepJerryNadler sent a letter to @TheJusticeDept, @FBI, & @DHSgov concerning hate crimes, white supremacy & surveillance of minority groups. Read more: https://t.co/d2dQjsjPof pic.twitter.com/pzP8b3lqqM
— House Judiciary Dems (@HouseJudDems) November 27, 2018
— Matt Kiser (@Matt_Kiser) November 26, 2018