If election history proves true, then midterm election madness could be coming to us this November. Right now the Republican Party controls the White House and both chambers of Congress and has a majority on the Supreme Court.

Historically speaking, when a Democrat or Republican administration has been in the same position of controlling all three branches, it usually loses control of Congress during the midterm elections. These elections are held two years into a four-year presidential term. So the big question this November is, Will history once again repeat and the Democrats take over one or both chambers of Congress, or will the Trump administration buck history and preserve its majority over both chambers of Congress?

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