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Hicks returned to the White House earlier this year after a stint in the private sector. She served previously as White House communications director and as a spokeswoman for Trump's presidential campaign.
Hicks travels regularly with the president on Air Force One and, along with other senior aides, accompanied him to Ohio for the presidential debate on Tuesday and to Minnesota for a campaign event on Wednesday.
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Inside Elections. Midterms are fundamentally a referendum on the president — unless the dynamic changes. So the litigation, I think, is mostly for show.
Bush got a bit messy. In that case it was Florida, which would have tipped the election one way or the other, that caused the contention. Bush led by just over votes, and legal teams for both candidates slugged it out over a recount.
However even with such a narrow margin the Supreme Court narrowly opted to reject it, thereby handing the election to Bush.
For Trump to win, he would have to convince the Supreme Court to somehow overturn margins stretching into several thousands in multiple states.
If Trump was to succeed, he would need to prove irregularities in multiple states on a scale never seen before. Even before the election, Trump was getting himself worked up about Pennsylvania, after voters were given an extended deadline because of the Covid crisis.
It was ruled that all votes that arrived by Friday and postmarked on election day would be accepted. With Democrats more likely to be worried about coronavirus , it was believed that they were more likely to vote by post, with Republicans following the lead of the gung-ho President.
The US Supreme Court is now set to rule on whether to overturn the deadline, which would see tens of thousands of votes wiped out.
But even if judges were to side with the President, reports claim that the numbers still don't work for Trump, with Biden's lead still too big to defeat, as mail-in votes were segregated anyway.
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Thank you for your patience. Even if the Georgia senate seats are lost, the rest of the party did well in the state and congressional elections that were held on November 3 rd.
The repudiation was of Trump. Republicans are well placed to capture the House and senate seats in the midterms when the party that holds the presidency is historically vulnerable to voter second thoughts, which is why Biden has a narrow window of opportunity.
They also have the well regarded outgoing vice-President Mike Pence, a conventional safe pair of hands, in reserve as an alternative to Trump as party leader and contender at the next presidential election.
If the media can resist the temptation to pursue their tweeting war with Trump, which was vital to his voracious appetite for publicity, he could find himself slipping off the political radar quite quickly, despite talk of setting up a Trump TV channel.
He won't stop talking, but will anyone be listening? Write for us.