History Would Say Incumbent Presidents Do Not Lose When Their Party Gains Seats

History Would Say Incumbent Presidents Do Not Lose When Their Party Gains Seats


In order to accept the current 2020 election results, one must also believe that Donald Trump was pretty much the only incumbent president in U.S. history to lose his re-election bid while his own party gained seats in the House of Representatives.

The Republican Party has flipped at least nine seats and perhaps more.

We FLIPPED 10 House seats so far!#CA48 @MichelleSteelCA #FL26 @CarlosGimenezFL#FL27 @MaElviraSalazar#IA01 @hinsonashley#MI03 @VoteMeijer#MN07 @FischbachMN7#NM02 @Yvette4congress#NY11 @NMalliotakis#OK05 @stephaniebice#SC01 @NancyMace

8 are great GOP women!

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— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) November 13, 2020

Meanwhile, Trump garnered 9.7 million more votes than 2016 (72.7 million versus almost 63 million), yet currently is losing in the Electoral College count.

By the way, Trump’s vote tally is the most garnered by any presidential candidate in U.S. history, with the exception of Joe Biden’s 78 million.

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Biden actually

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