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| Getty Trump wins by 3 points in Virginia and Virginia, with Trump winning by a wider margin than expected.
It was a big win for the president and his administration.
Trump is expected to pick up at least 10 additional electoral votes and win the White Senate and House of Representatives, with at least 25 states electing to vote for him.
He is expected by some to win the Electoral College.
More: Trump is officially the 45th president of the United States, but he’s still far from the 1,237 votes needed to win.
The first three states to vote are Virginia, Georgia and North Carolina.
Virginia is a big swing state, with the state holding both presidential contests in November.
It’s also one of Trump’s most likely states to go for him because it was a heavily Democratic state for many years.
Georgia was a swing state last time around.
The election is still too close to call in the heavily Republican state, but Democrats are not expecting a huge upset.
Trump is likely to pull off a victory in all three states, and it will likely be a big boost to his political standing.
He is the first Republican president to win both the Electoral and Presidential College since Richard Nixon in 1968.
Democrats are already hoping for a big upset in Georgia and a win in North Carolina, both of which could determine control of the Senate and potentially the presidency.
A win in Virginia could also be a major boost to Democrats as they look to retake the House of Delegates in 2018.
Republicans have struggled in the Deep South for years, and Democrats are looking to capitalize on Trump’s unpopularity in the region.
In Virginia, Republicans hold a comfortable 53-46 lead over Democrats, with Democrats having a slim 52-48 advantage.
North Carolina has been a big Democratic stronghold for years.
It has been held by Democrats since 1982, and Trump carried the state by more than 2 points.
This election was a disaster for Democrats.
Democrats lost their House majority in 2018, and the party now needs to pick back up seats to take back control of Congress and the Whitehouse in 2020.
On Election Day, the Trump administration announced it was pulling out of the Paris climate deal, which has been the centerpiece of the Trump agenda.
If Trump loses, it could hurt him as a potential Republican presidential candidate.
He has been critical of the deal in the past.
As the president has been losing the popularity ratings of his base, he has been taking a more populist tone.
While Trump has shown no sign of slowing down, the president is expected not to back down from his climate action plans.
Even with his win in the Electoral college, it would be a shock if he lost in the Senate.
Democrats have been working to take control of that chamber and could take control in 2020 if Trump loses.
One of Trumps biggest obstacles to winning the White Houses in 2020 is the GOP’s failure to pass comprehensive immigration reform, which would create millions of new immigrants, reduce border security and cut taxes for businesses.
Trump has pledged to work with Democrats to get a deal done, but has also vowed to keep his campaign promise to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.