Midterm Elections: What do the results mean and how will they impact Trump? Your questions answered on Reddit

US Editor Andrew Buncombe will be online discussing your questions

Andrew Buncombe
Washington DC
Friday 09 November 2018 16:19 GMT
What do the midterms mean for Trump?

The world has closely watched the US midterm elections this week.

With the Democrats regaining control of the House and Republicans holding onto the Senate, there are a lot of possibilities as to what happens next to Donald Trump, and the US as a nation.

Impeachment proceedings could begin against President Trump now Democrats have the House, and his tax returns could be requested and viewed.

On Friday 9 November I will be holding a Reddit AMA at 11am et (4pm GMT) to try and answer some of the questions you may have about this year’s midterms, the costliest in history and potentially among the most consequential for decades. Click here to see the AMA and submit your questions.

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I’ve been writing about American politics, society and culture, on and off, for the best part of two decades. I don’t claim to possess a crystal ball, but I am looking forward to seeing not just people’s questions, but also their own thoughts and opinions about what comes next for the US at this fascinating juncture.

Join in with the Reddit AMA here.

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