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'Loser' Trump blasted for MAGA Losses in 2022: Dems win Senate

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As much of conventional wisdom predicted a GOP “red wave’ in the midterms, political firebrand James Carville was one of the few to predict Democrats would overperform. Carville rejoins “The Beat” on what went wrong for the GOP, adding: “MAGA still runs the Republican party. That’s who they are... They have everything invested in this.”