Gowdy: Republicans must put 'differences and ambitions aside,' let American people restore balance in midterms


The American people seek to have a better country, not a different one, "Sunday Night in America" host Trey Gowdy said on his show over the weekend.

The former South Carolina congressman urged congressional Republicans to "put their differences and ambitions aside long enough to let history and the American people restore balance" in his opening monologue Sunday as the country looks ahead to the 2022 midterm elections.

"The good thing about democracy is there is always another election on the horizon," the host said. "If past is prologue, Election Night 2022 will be a long one for Democrats. History tells us that, polling currently tells us that. The Democrats are facing several headwinds, the pandemic is still here, the economy is sputtering … people are concerned about the border and crime and education."

"We know from history what is likely to happen in midterms, but the question is why does it always seem to happen?" he asked. "Do political parties over-read election results?"

Gowdy emphasized the narrow control the Democrats have in the U. S. Senate. The chamber is currently split 50-50 between Republicans and Democrats and the two independents caucusing with them, with Vice President Kamala Harris serving as a tiebreaker.

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