Why Did Republicans Rack Up Wins Despite Trump's Loss? : The NPR Politics Podcast Republicans gained seats in the House of Representatives and could very well hold onto the Senate. That's despite Joe Biden's broad presidential win. We talk about a comparatively diverse GOP freshman class and other factors that could be behind their wins.

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Why Did Republicans Rack Up Wins Despite Trump's Loss?

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Why Did Republicans Rack Up Wins Despite Trump's Loss?

Why Did Republicans Rack Up Wins Despite Trump's Loss?

Why Did Republicans Rack Up Wins Despite Trump's Loss?

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Republicans gained seats in the House of Representatives and could very well hold onto the Senate. That's despite Joe Biden's broad presidential win. We talk about a comparatively diverse GOP freshman class and other factors that could be behind their wins.

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