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  • At the moment, Democrats hold a slim majority in both the House and Senate.
    But that could change after these Midterm elections.
    The United States is greately divided on issues from immigration to abortion rights, the economy and democracy itself.
    So, what really shapes voters' choices?
    And what will it mean for Joe Biden's presidency?

    Presenter: Patty Culhane

    Guests:

    Niambi Carter – Associate Professor at the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland.

    Brett Bruen – Former Director of Global Engagement in the White House under President Barack Obama.

    Adolfo Franco – Republican Strategist and Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development under President George Bush.

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    Who will control the US Congress? | Inside Story

    At the moment, Democrats hold a slim majority in both the House and Senate.
    But that could change after these Midterm elections.
    The United States is greately divided on issues from immigration to abortion rights, the economy and democracy itself.
    So, what really shapes voters' choices?
    And what will it mean for Joe Biden's presidency?

    Presenter: Patty Culhane

    Guests:

    Niambi Carter - Associate Professor at the School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland.

    Brett Bruen - Former Director of Global Engagement in the White House under President Barack Obama.

    Adolfo Franco - Republican Strategist and Assistant Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development under President George Bush.

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    Comments

    wisdom teye says:

    3 dems 1 republican

    Andre Yeampierre says:

    1:00

    “The battle for control” 🤣

    Andre Yeampierre says:

    5:05

    Another fun question … if this power control does change hands … how serious is the supposed existential threat of a fascism take over 🤷🏾‍♂️ that has been sold to the public, and how should they respond 🤔?
    🤨 because I’m pretty sure the response will be to vote and if folks voted for the representative they vote for …. what does that really mean about fascism or democracy 🤔 😳 😕 🤷🏾‍♂️🤔

    C. Matthew Hawkins says:

    Wow, the “moderator” really had her thumb on the scale in that discussion. When a guest raised points she didn’t like, she dismissed him by saying, “We’re moving on…”

    Then she shifted our attention to the violence against Paul Pelosi, the circumstances of which remain murky. Still, the moderator thought this crime was relevant to the upcoming election?

    I bet that people will vote based on how they are affected by the economy. That will not go well for the Democrats tomorrow night. Want to know why the Democrats will lose control of the House and maybe the Senate? Listen to the closing remarks of the guy representing the Democratic Party: If they couldn’t find a winning message after January 6th, after the Supreme Court decision on abortion, after endless military spending in Ukraine, “I don’t know what they need in order to win on.”

    I can answer that. I would quote his hero, James Carville, back in 1992: “It’s the Economy, stupid!” Democrats can’t win because they keep running on abortion, Ukraine, and January 6th while the average voter is trying to keep his or her head above water, struggling with a weak economy (due in no small part to that military spending in Ukraine). Democrats will get creamed tomorrow night, and people like the talking heads on this show will never even begin to understand why.

    I love Jamaica says:

    I agree with your detailed report..nothing she says and does is gonna change the Red wave. Coming

    Kappa Darwin says:

    The guy was spouting misinformation, any moderator would have cut him off.

    Andre Yeampierre says:

    15:20

    When ‘they‘ lose 🤷🏾‍♂️ you mean the local citizens , right 🤔
    Wait up if it’s a democracy and the people voted for their personal representatives isn’t that a win/win ? 🤣

    UnknownTaylor560 says:

    The moderator of this discussion was so unprofessional I had to stop midway. Do not let her moderate anything again as she’s clearly biased and unfit for the role

    Philip Simms says:

    p

    Nur Jahan says:

    Al Jazeera, what type of low calibre moderator is this that can’t even be impartial?

    Andre Yeampierre says:

    18:05

    Wow … if that lady doesn’t like your input she just wants to move on lol cray cray

    YouTube User says:

    It’s only a 20 minute show plus she gave him the last word but America is a dying nation anyway. It was an interesting experiment.

    sardar nuraddin says:

    Such a disgrace from the moderator. I thought in Aljazeera, there wasn’t that much of a bias.. there were are again. The republican guy was really rational and had a point to make .. she was like “move on” …

    axeblue says:

    It’s usually hidden well. Unfortunately this time the Female Moderator was acting like a JackAss.

    Kappa Darwin says:

    @axeblue No she wasn’t the guy was spewing misinformation.

    axeblue says:

    @Kappa Darwin Stacey Abrahams and Oregon was not misinformation. All three guests were taken aback from her rudeness.

    Kappa Darwin says:

    @axeblue Portland was not burning down, and the FBI could not determine who was responsible so it was most likely an arsonist taking advantage of the situation.

    axeblue says:

    @Kappa Darwin You know what your problem is? They were both immature fanatics from different sides. That’s the issue at hand you don’t see. A normal person would have: watched it while eating popcorn, turned off the TV all together or, would have sided w/ the police in both situations. It’s this easily triggered, single chromosome, stupidity that’s ruining today‘s society; such as the moderator. You might say, that’s what old ppl think. I’m in my 30’s and I feel like we’re trying to rewrite history and that a shame. We’ve created so much information in the last 15-20yrs than History all combined together. I’m not blaming Dems or Republicans. I’m just saying, the moderator constantly cut the guy off for stating opposing views.

    Mohammed Sheikh says:

    The print journalist were the last to safe guard reporting the facts only and stay impartial. This is of course the opposite.

    Josef Mengele NHS 2021 says:

    A vote for the democrats is a vote for a party that has a p-doh at the top.

    ViralAdvertisingTech says:

    Such a biased moderator. Very unprofessional.

    Jose Panicucci says:

    Aljazeera which not even raise voice for democratical elected gov in Qatar is very tense about U.S. election Aljazeera is in Qatar an absolute monarchy & funded by its gov but criticize authoritarian regimes elsewhere & not its own Aljazeera how about reporting the public beheadings in Qatar? But Aljazeera criticize the death penalty in U.S.A. its hypocricy at its finest

    Lets Go Brand0n says:

    guest number three certainly made this moderator uncomfortable . nooo youre not sticking to the narrative 😂

    Peter Longprong says:

    Q: Who will control the US Congress?
    A: Well, the correct answer to that should be: the American People – but the USA has already fallen into Fascism

    neh seb says:

    This moderator is obviously biased,unprofessional and clearly unqualified to moderate.

    Scottlette says:

    Corporations through lobbyists. Is that even up for debate?

    Eric Willis says:

    That’s a silver lining? Yeah Right!

    J. Peace O says:

    The Voting Rights Act in 1965 was passed by the American Congress that was established in 1789. So much for being a “professor”.

    J. Peace O says:

    Good job for the GOP pundit standing his ground, causing distress for the obviously biased “journalist”.

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