Washington Week with The Atlantic

How midterms impact Trump's plan to launch campaign

Former President Trump is widely expected to announce another run for the White House next week. But some Republicans are openly criticizing him after the GOP's performance in the midterms. Plus, President Biden has also signaled he intends to run but has left the door open that, perhaps, he may not. The panel discusses the questions swirling within both parties about the future.

How midterms impact Trump's plan to launch campaign

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