US President Donald Trump attends a press conference at the White House in Washington on November 7. Trump has thus far reacted to the US midterm election results by stressing his party’s success in gaining more Senate seats, rather than its loss of the House of Representatives. Photo: Xinhua
Richard Harris
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The View by Richard Harris

Donald Trump’s re-election chances haven’t been hurt by the US midterm results

  • Richard Harris says Trump is a natural campaigner and there is plenty he can do with the presidential platform, so the midterm results mean little for 2020
  • This is especially the case if he keeps waging his trade war against China’s ‘unfair’ practices, and winning

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US President Donald Trump attends a press conference at the White House in Washington on November 7. Trump has thus far reacted to the US midterm election results by stressing his party’s success in gaining more Senate seats, rather than its loss of the House of Representatives. Photo: Xinhua
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