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Far-Right Losses And Abortion Politics Blunt Republican Gains

Far-Right Losses And Abortion Politics Blunt Republican Gains

Update: 2022-11-091
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Democrats outperformed expectations last night. Despite Biden's unpopularity and big economic headwinds, abortion politics and the unpopularity of Trump-backed candidates helped stave off a Republican wave. The House still looks like it's headed for GOP hands but not by a huge margin and the balance of power in the Senate is still uncertain.

This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, political correspondent Susan Davis, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson.

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Far-Right Losses And Abortion Politics Blunt Republican Gains

Far-Right Losses And Abortion Politics Blunt Republican Gains

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