What Caused the GOP’s Georgia Train Wreck

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T
he two Georgia Senate runoff losses that cost Republicans control of both houses of Congress were a slow-motion train wreck over a two-month period since the November election.

Here are just some of the likely reasons behind the wreck:

Donald J. TrumpNormally the party elected to the White House does worse in elections when its party controls (or is about to control) the White House.

But the Georgia runoffs broke from that pattern, and Donald Trump had a lot to do with that.

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