Where next for US politics?

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The votes have (largely) been counted and the result is (pretty much) known. But what are the implications?

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6 November 2020 | 24 minute listen

The votes have (largely) been counted and the result is (pretty much) known. But what are the implications? We talk to Invesco’s Head of Government Affairs about what the results are, whether they will stand and what they mean? What will happen to the Republican Party now that the man who reforged it in his own image has lost the election? Does it offer the Party an opportunity to return to the centre? Is the race for the Senate over? Could the Democrats snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in that race? And how will presumptive-President-elect Biden govern based upon the results which the party has received?

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