Trump congratulates Handel on Twitter

Trump congratulates Handel on Twitter

This phony NBC television network.

One group supporting Handel drew fire after airing an ad claiming Ossoff supporters celebrated last week's violence against House Republicans. "We better take a good, long, strong look in the mirror and realize that the problem is us".

And Rep. Tim Ryan criticized Pelosi along with his party's brand and its outreach to voters.

She acknowledged the attacks but added: "I think I'm worth the trouble". "This race proved that Democrats have a real shot at taking back the House in 2018".

Republican Karen Handel on election day after she is projected the victor for the Georgia 6th District special election on June 20, 2017.

The Twitter-verse isn't generally a friendly place, but the barrage of tweets following Republican Karen Handel's Tuesday victory in the much-watched Georgia congressional race were especially untoward - with much of the heat directed at conservatives.

There is a lot of noise coming out of the White House - but is it just that at the moment? This is a win.

Before the voting began, the New York Times described the race as "possibly the most consequential special election since Watergate".

"The perception of Democratic leadership is so bad".

After Georgia, Republicans celebrating, Dems searching
He has said he grew up in the district and now lives close to Emory University, where his fiancee attends medical school. Democracy for America chair Jim Dean blasted the Democratic establishment's "unforced errors".

After several of the co-hosts suggested Democrat Jon Ossoff performed better than anyone thought he would against Republican Karen Handel in the red district, Behar got brutally honest. And according to Welker, the Democratic leader was not talking about the dissent within the ranks. "I think you'd have to be an idiot to think we could win the House with Pelosi at the top", Congressman Filemon Vela told Politico".

"Generally speaking, Republicans vote in bigger numbers than Democrats".

Some Democrats in Congress have publicly questioned Pelosi's leadership in the last few days, asking whether she's a drain on the party. "We clearly need to have the right message and the right messengers to show the American people that we can help and that we have a vision, that we have a plan".

Kay Kirkpatrick, a Republican state senator who represents the area, said that while Republicans were divided on Trump, they had mostly united behind Handel.

Asked Wednesday night on CNN if Pelosi was as toxic to Democrats as Trump, Ohio Democratic Rep. Their best chance was arguably in Georgia's 6th Congressional District, a suburban one near Atlanta where Donald Trump barely edged out Hillary Clinton past year.

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And so the score stands, GOP 4, Dems 0. The latest in a string of defeats. "They're winning so we have to address that reality".

Democratic Party divisions are on stark display after a disappointing special election loss in a hard-fought Georgia congressional race. The election will not significantly change the balance of power in Washington, where Republicans control the White House and both chambers of Congress. Democrats on Tuesday also lost a special election in neighboring SC, where Republican Ralph Norman easily prevailed over Democrat Archie Parnell in a seat formerly held by Republican Mick Mulvaney, who is now Trump's budget director. Still, Republicans may have their own reasons to worry.