Biden and Democrats take control despite Trump protesters

The 2020 US general elections ended on 6 January 2021 with a Democratic sweep of two critical Georgia Senate seats, giving Democrats a slim majority and control of government until at least the next round of Congressional elections in two years. The stunning developments on Capitol Hill will not change the significance of the Georgia election, which will have far-reaching implications for Biden’s policy agenda and financial markets.

The election of two liberal Senators could embolden the progressive wing of the Democratic Party, leading to pressure on the President-elect to pass a more progressive agenda and expose tensions between the progressive and mainstream wings of the Democratic Party, and a governor on the scope of policy change.

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