#Midterms2018 : Blow for Trump as Democrats set to take the House
The latest midterm election results show the opposition Democrats tipped to win the House of Representatives while the Republicans are likely to retain the Senate.
It'll be the first time in eight years that the Democrats have taken the lower chamber of Congress.
EWN New York correspondent Nadia Neophytou spoke to Kieno Kammies about the atmosphere on the ground.
There's a real jovial sense that this is the time the people have been waiting for. For almost two years there's been a culmination of anxiety, sadness and depressionNadia Neophytou, EWN New York correspondent
To some people, this feels like a chance to take back what they feel was lost with the Presidency of Donald Trump, a divisive time and very controversial which deepened the division between the Democrats and the Republicans.Nadia Neophytou, EWN New York correspondent
Neophytou says for the Democrats this looks more like a rebirth as they represent a more diverse group of candidates.
Rainbow is the best way to describe it. We also have the first male gay governer that's elected.Nadia Neophytou, EWN New York correspondent
These results show a shift from the traditional, initial makeup of the Democratic party and it is definitely needed.Nadia Neophytou, EWN New York correspondent
To hear the rest of the conversation with Nadia Neophytou, listen below:
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : #Midterms2018 : Blow for Trump as Democrats set to take the House
[EXPLAINED] The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Craig Wilson, Editor at Stuff Magazine.Read More
Scientists are stepping into the political arena to persuade politicians to take decisions that will save us from climate change.Read More
The number of national recoveries so far is 347,227, which translates to a recovery rate of 68% with 3.036,779 tests conducted.Read More
Ray White speaks to tech expert Aki Anastasiou to find out more about this.Read More
Security forces blocked roads leading into Zimbabwe's two main cities on Friday to prevent anti-corruption protests.Read More
Meet the man shining a renewable light at the end of the loadshedding tunnel.Read More
Makgoba is one of three non-Americans to serve on this 12 person panel.Read More
Professor Storbeck is advocating for universal screenings to detect deafness in newborns before they are discharged from hospital.Read More
The 'Stop Hate for Profit' has seen advertisers pull out from Facebook for apparently turning a blind eye to hate speech.Read More