Democrats and Republicans alike are gearing up to put the last nail in the coffin of the Trump presidency.
The midterm elections in November 2020 are not only the first election since the election of the US President Donald Trump in November, 2020, but the last time Democrats control the Senate.
The Republican Party has been the most successful of the three political parties in the last decade, winning three of the last four US Senate elections.
It is also the first time in the US since World War Two that neither party controls the Senate majority.
The most important result of the midterm elections was the election by the Democrats of their longest-serving senator, Joe Manchin, who was the longest-term member of the Senate, in a 50-50 tie.
In a close election, Democrats will control all of the 50 Senate seats in the country.
If the Democrats manage to take the Senate and win the White House, it would be their most significant legislative achievement in a generation.
However, the GOP, which controls both the White house and the Senate is still in the race to secure control of the government.
With both parties struggling to reach a consensus on what policies should be pursued, there is a real chance that Republicans could become the next US president, or at least the president of the Republican Party.
The Republicans hold a significant advantage in the Senate with 54 seats compared to the Democrats’ 37.
The Democrats, on the other hand, are in a precarious position.
They have to win just five of the 51 seats in order to retain control of both the House and Senate.
This means that in order for them to become the majority party in the House of Representatives, they will have to hold the Whitehouse for the next four years.
It’s possible that the Democrats could retake the House in 2020, though there are a lot of factors that could be against them, such as the fact that the Trump administration has a number of policy initiatives that they would have to address.
The US Senate is divided into two chambers: the Senate Republicans and the Democratic-controlled Senate Democrats.
In addition to the Republicans, the Democratic majority also holds the Whitehouses for the House, the Senate for the state houses, and the United States Senate for all the state legislatures.
However in 2020 both the Democratic and Republican parties will be divided into one chamber.
The Whitehouse is the largest chamber of Congress, holding 52 seats, the majority of the chamber.
It has five seats reserved for senators and three seats reserved to the House.
In total, there are three houses: the House (25 seats), the Senate (13 seats), and the Statehouses (10 seats).
The House is the most populous chamber of the United State, with over 60 million people.
The Senate is made up of 34 members from each state, representing all 50 states.
The state of Alabama holds one seat, as well as the State of Kentucky.
Each state has three Senators.
The Statehouse is a chamber of state government.
In the US Senate, the Vice President serves as president of both chambers of Congress.
The President of the House is typically the leader of the party holding the majority in the chamber and sits in the majority for that party.
However the US House and the US Statehouse are not unified.
There are also three House members representing each state: the Speaker of the house (or the Vice Chair of the body), the majority leader, and a minority leader.
There is a Vice President who serves as President of both houses of Congress and the President of a branch of government called the Senate or the House Republican Conference.
The House of representatives is the third chamber of government in the United Kingdom.
The United Kingdom’s House of Commons is the second chamber of parliament, composed of the Houses of Parliament and the House itself.
The two chambers of parliament are composed of each house of the UK’s Parliament.
The UK has a system in which the House elects the Speaker and the Vice-Chamber of Representatives.
The current Speaker of Parliament is Jo Swinson, who has been elected for three terms, the longest serving member of any UK parliament in recent history.
However there are two other Members of Parliament, a former Conservative and Labour MP and a former Liberal MP, both of whom are currently facing the challenge of running for a third term in 2018.
A number of other MPs are facing the task of running in 2020.
These MPs include two members of the Labour Party, the former Deputy Prime Minister, and two former Conservative MPs.
There also is a former Labour leader, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, who currently sits on the boards of Oxfam and the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Other prominent politicians facing the challenges of running are Lord Adonis, a Conservative MP, and Lord Ashcroft, who is currently the chief executive of HSBC Holdings Plc.
The 2016 elections saw the United Nations vote to end the occupation of Palestine by Israel, which had been a permanent feature of US policy since the 1960s.
As a result of this vote, the US