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is it good night for Sleepy Joe Biden?

Invitations are out and red, white and blue streamers are ready to hang around Mar-a-Lago’s magnificent rococo-style dining room. On Tuesday night, as critical US midterm election results roll in, former President Donald Trump will host a celebratory dinner at his Florida mansion for his closest supporters and biggest donors – who have been described as “a second coronation”. “Donald sees this as his anointing,” the insider said last night. “As states begin to turn red, this will be a celebration not seen since 2016 [when Trump was elected President]. The mid-term victory will be the clearest signal yet that The Donald is back. There is little doubt, at least in Trump’s mind, that he is. “In order to make our country prosperous and safe and glorious, I will very, very, very likely do it again,” he told supporters in Iowa last week. “Get ready, that’s all I’m telling you. Very soon. Be ready.’ Midterms — so named because they occur two years into a president’s four-year term — are when all 435 members of the U.S. House of Representatives are up for election, as well than a third of the Senate. And while midterm elections have often been a time for voters to signal their disapproval of a sitting president, the scenario Joe Biden faces could be dire. Just months ago, the prospect of a Republican “red wave” seemed impossible, amid political fallout from the Jan. 6 Capitol riots and Trump facing possible criminal charges for taking classified documents from the White House. The middlemen were the Democrats to lose. This is precisely what they seem to have done. While the midterm elections have often been a time for voters to signal their disapproval of a sitting president, the scenario Joe Biden (pictured at a rally in Illinois today) faces could be catastrophic Fielding woke up the candidates while ignoring crime and soaring inflation, an increasingly out of touch Biden – mockingly labeled Sleepy Joe by his rivals – blew up what was once an unbeatable lead. Several polls suggest the Democrats are likely to be beaten on Tuesday, with Republicans also expected to take control of the House of Representatives and the Senate. This would effectively make Biden a lame duck president, unable to push through any of his measures. “Biden has no one to blame but himself,” a Democratic donor told me last night. “He focused on things like suffrage and abortion when everyone is worried about skyrocketing inflation, crime and gas prices. [petrol] at the pump. Add to that the fact that he’s coming across as more and more of an idiot, and he’s toast. Even Hollywood seems to be worried about it. In the race to become mayor of Los Angeles, the second largest city in the United States, stars such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Kim Kardashian have thrown their support behind billionaire businessman Rick Caruso, a former Republican but now a Democrat with a particularly conservative approach. He is currently close to Biden-backed Karen Bass, a former racial justice activist whose lenient stance on law enforcement has worried some notable Los Angeles residents, who have seen neighborhood crime rates soar. sharply. Nicole Avant, the wife of Netflix boss Ted Sarandos, lost her mother Jacqueline to gun violence after a break-in at her parents’ Beverly Hills home. Avant, who is black and served as ambassador to the Bahamas under Barack Obama, said she found it “insulting” when friends told her she should vote for Bass, who is also black. “It’s the drug addicts in front of people’s houses, it’s the naked people in the street – there’s so much chaos. Rick is the opposite of that, and we have to wrap things up and do things in a different way,” she said. In the race to become mayor of Los Angeles, the second largest city in the United States, stars such as Gwyneth Paltrow (left) and Kim Kardashian (right) have thrown their support behind billionaire businessman Rick Caruso, a former Republican but now a Democrat with a particularly conservative bias. approach Or, as Paltrow puts it: “We desperately need Rick to clean up our streets. Meanwhile, The Mail on Sunday can reveal that Trump has spent the last week calling his biggest donors to confirm, privately, that he intends to run for office again. Trump’s fanbase remains strong. And his support for Republicans in key swing states appealed to white middle class and, increasingly, Hispanic voters. Toni Holt Kramer, founder of the Trumpettes – a women’s Trump support group – said: ‘Biden says he’s the only one who can beat Trump – but he couldn’t get the dust off a pillow. In Florida, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis is leading in the polls and expected to win a second term, thanks in part to Hispanic Catholic voters supporting his anti-abortion stance. A startling poll of early voters showed that even Miami, traditionally a Democratic stronghold, is on the verge of going Republican. On Tuesday evening, as the critical US midterm election results roll in, former President Donald Trump will host a celebratory dinner at his Florida mansion (pictured) for his closest supporters and biggest donors – that the one described as “a second coronation”. Tuesday’s election may well be remembered as a Democratic low point, with some of the most unorthodox candidates ever fielded. In Wisconsin, instead of appealing to the state’s working-class electorate, Democrats chose “ultra-woke” Mandela Barnes, who called America’s founding “horrible” and favors “defunding.” from the police. Conversely, Pennsylvania Democrats chose John Fetterman, a shaved head and heavily tattooed, as the man of the people nominee, downplaying the fact that he has a master’s degree from Harvard. Fetterman was expected to pick up the win over Oprah Winfrey’s former ‘TV documentary’ Dr Mehmet Oz, who was accused of being a ‘snake oil salesman’ for promoting weight-loss drugs for profit. But Dr Oz has seen his popularity skyrocket after a recent debate saw Fetterman stumble over his words. Fetterman, who survived a stroke in May, declined to answer questions about his health. Some Republican candidates are just as colorful. Trump’s fanbase remains strong. And his support for Republicans in key swing states appealed to white middle class and, increasingly, Hispanic voters. Pictured: Trump supporters at a Mehmet Oz rally in Pennsylvania today Former American football star Herschel Walker, who runs in the swing state of Georgia, has come out as ‘pro-life’ – only to have his credibility plummeted when two women came forward to say he had paid for them to have abortions. His own son took to social media accusing his father of being a physically abusive liar. Then there’s Kari Lake, a former TV presenter who was dubbed “Trump in heels” because of her ability to sway a crowd. She is running for governor in the swing state of Arizona. Last week, she appeared to mock the hammer attack on Paul Pelosi, the husband of US House Democratic Speaker Nancy Pelosi. But many expect her to be Trump’s next running mate. While Trump may be planning his “coronation” on Tuesday, some in his own party are urging caution, calling him “too toxic.” A Republican donor said last night: ‘I’m not convinced DeSantis won’t run against him. Trump has all sorts of legal issues, and the Jan. 6 riots tainted him forever. A spokesperson for Trump declined to say whether he plans to run. But supporters like Toni Holt Kramer are convinced. “He will run and he will win,” she said. “He has unfinished business. Not all news on the site expresses the views of the site, but we transmit this news automatically and translate it through programmatic technology on the site and not from a human editor.

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