Two years, so Harris can go for the full decade.
They don't intend to ever give power back.
Its apparently propaganda he started.
Seems like the current occupant has started that trend.
I agree with both points.
Positives? There are a few:
There have been a lot of recriminations about how the blue wave fell far short of expectations, and the frustration of the Left is palpable and noisy. Their legislative priorities will be harder to pass in the House and subject to compromise with the Senate.
Republican made gains in the House, they didn't give up a single state legislature (those bodies will control redistricting after the current census ends) plus they stand a fair chance of retaining both Georgia Senate seats.
Trump has shown Republicans how to fight, how to bring in minority voters, how to build an economy and most of all, appointed 3 SCOTUS justices in 4 years (more that Obama in 8 years).
I'm 50, so I've seen plenty of my candidates go down in flames. I'm not happy but I'm not going to put on a p...sy hat and burn down the nearest liquor store. Go to the range, pray, drink a shot of something strong, then go back to work like every other day of your life. (That, and never give up your guns)
Which political party--anywhere in the world--intends to give power back?