In a strong but expected setback for President Trump, Democrats regained a majority in the House of Representatives in an election that went down in history for its record high rate of voter turnout. Democrats won seven governorships. In turn, the Republicans expanded their dominance in the Senate and at least an important governorship. This rearrangement of powers is likely to further complicate the second term of the Trump presidency, as José López Zamorano reports from Washington.
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