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In 2021 elections, Biden out-performs past 30 years of first-year presidents

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Rachel Maddow points out the pattern in recent history of first year presidents going all the way back to George H.W. Bush losing the governorship of Virginia and New Jersey to the opposing party, and since Democrats actually won New Jersey, losing in Virginia doesn't necessarily warrant a freak out no matter what the Beltway media says.