The euphoria that Democrats felt in defeating Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTwitter permanently suspends Gateway Pundit founder’s account Wyoming Republican Party censures Cheney over Trump impeachment vote Trump access to intelligence briefings will be determined by officials, White House says: report MORE was significantly tempered by their surprising loss of House seats and a failure on election night to take back the Senate. As is often the case in politics, this disappointment provoked finger-pointing by both progressives and moderates. Rep. Abigail SpanbergerAbigail Davis SpanbergerThe Memo: Ohio Dem says many in party ‘can’t understand’ working-class concerns Hillicon Valley: Intelligence agency gathers US smartphone location data without warrants, memo says | Democrats seek answers on impact of Russian hack on DOJ, courts | Airbnb offers Biden administration help with vaccine distribution House lawmakers reintroduce bipartisan bill to weed out foreign disinformation on social media MORE (D-Va.), who narrowly escaped defeat, started things off by saying, “We need to not ever use the word ‘socialist’ or ‘socialism’ ever again. We lost good members because of that.” Other moderates, and many political analysts, said the term “defund the police” was responsible for some losses or narrow victories. They argued that Republicans successfully cast the most vulnerable Democrats… Read full this story
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