On Wednesday the U.S Democrats said that the results of the nominating contest in California and New Jersey drove them to a sturdy stance in order to gain control of the Congress in November to combat against the operating president Donald Trump.

After a long and hectic day of the primary election, the voters in eight states selected their suitors for the elections that are to be held in November. Howbeit, the California Democrats looked upon gaining an opportunity for victory over 10 republicans held U.S house of representative seats that have kept into consideration.

A house of Democrats is expected to beat around the policy docket of the U.S. President and could confer a brute force to the cast doubt on Trump if Democrats decide that there exists a space either by the purity of the existing investigation into the Russian election.

“As we await final results in multiple districts, it is clear that Democrats are in a stronger position than ever to take back the House, and winning districts in California will be central to that path,” – said the spokesman for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Tyler Law on Wednesday.

While a firm gathering by the voters of the Republican Party turned out to be making attempts towards the conservative areas such as Los Angeles and Sacramento. These might include regions that backed Trump in the last presidential election.

“Great night for Republicans!” Trump tweeted on Wednesday. “So much for the Big Blue Wave, it may be a big Red Wave. Working hard!”

Fight Continues in California

The number of Democrats was unexpected in California, as they scrambled for an office. “Great night for Republicans!” – tweeted Donald Trump on Wednesday. The U.S. president added “So much for the Big Blue Wave, it may be a big Red Wave. Working hard!”

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