The latest on the midterm elections.
Biden Tells Voters ‘MAGA Republicans’ Will Lead US Down a ‘Path of Chaos’
President Joe Biden on Nov. 2 told voters to reject “extreme MAGA Republicans” in the midterm elections, saying those politicians are a threat to American democracy and will lead the United States down a “path of chaos.”
Biden made the remarks during a speech at a Democratic National Committee event inside Union Station in Washington. His roughly 20-minute address immediately drew criticism from Republicans, who questioned the president’s priorities after he failed to mention a number of issues important to voters in his talk, including the border crisis, inflation, gas prices, the fentanyl crisis, and China.
GOP Senate Candidate Don Bolduc Attacked Before New Hampshire Debate
New Hampshire’s Republican Senate candidate Donald C. Bolduc was the victim of an attempted assault prior to Wednesday’s debate against incumbent Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-N.H.), according to the GOP nominee and campaign officials.
Bolduc, a retired Army brigadier general, mentioned the incident near the end of the Nov. 2 second and final debate prior to the Nov. 8 midterm elections.
“It’s a sign of political problems—Republicans and Democrats—that fuel issues with people that get them to the point where they are just so upset at an individual that they strike out at them. Happened to me outside just before I came in,” Bolduc said, noting that this kind of behavior is wrong and needs to be stopped.
Frank Fang and Lorenz Duchamps contributed to this report.