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Is the Republican party OVER Trump?
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Is the Republican party OVER Trump?

Many are blaming the former president for GOP midterm loses — but is he REALLY at fault?

As disappointing midterm results continue to roll in, many on the right are shifting the blame to Donald Trump. But is the former president really responsible for Republicans underperforming?

On Wednesday's episode of "The News and Why it Matters," BlazeTV hosts Sara Gonzales and Steve Deace, joined by political commentator Jason Fellman, talked about why the predicted red wave failed to materialize, whether the Republican Party was helped or hurt by having so many Trump-endorsed candidates, and what this will mean for 2024.

Watch the video clip below to catch the conversation or find full episodes of "The News & Why It Matters" here. Can't watch? Download the podcast here.

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