Steve Kornacki Explains How the Midterms May Separate the Republican Party from Trump

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Published on November 10, 2022

Steve Kornacki talks about covering the midterm elections, explains the possible reasoning behind several close races and discusses how the 1994 Republican revolution shaped politics in his podcast The Revolution.

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19 comments

  • Claude Charley 3 months ago

    Love you show please tell Steve he’s doing great and he’s one cool cookie under pressure thank you keep up the good work Steve

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  • lindsey lefrois 3 months ago

    Yes, maybe these midterm elections will help the GOP to finally separate from Trump.

    We sure couldn’t wait for Mitch McConnell to do it.

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  • Andrew Herman 3 months ago

    Trump fills entire venues, with 1000s more waiting outside. and these marxist aholes in dc can’t stand it.

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  • Freddo Grosso 3 months ago

    Ok, how cute was that video?

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  • Richie Tattersall 3 months ago

    In “The 80’s” there was nothing even CLOSE to streaming on “wireless phones”, think that MIGHT have something to do with it?

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  • OLVSKN 3 months ago

    STEVE KORNACKI for President!

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  • N7P2R2 3 months ago

    One of my favorite jokes in my house is whenever Steve goes to take his nap during election night one of us go “We would like to notify the American People that we have physical restrained and chemically sedated Steve Kornacki so he could get the sleep he needs”

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  • HiDesert Roamer 3 months ago

    Wouldn’t it be great to have Trump finally forced to STFU? To have rallies with like a dozen people?

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  • eternalfizzer 3 months ago

    It’s like baby Yoda, watching high school Steve analyze the house run. There’s someone who followed their passion to the pinacle.

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  • Ben Brigham 3 months ago

    It’s odd, all this time I’ve never seen him sitting down.

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  • Zakkrifice 3 months ago

    is Seth saying “Who are laymen watching at home” or is is “who are lame and watching at home”?

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  • Tadicuslegion78 3 months ago

    The only way Republicans separate from Trump is when they reenact the scene from the Lion King where the Hyenas turn on scar and eat him.
    Other than that, they’ll meekly surrender to him again.

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  • rahouser33 3 months ago

    I love the every single poll was wrong about the election, yet they still keep quoting Biden’s approval rating as if it’s the absolute truth!! I don’t know when the media is gonna wake up & realize we are not controlled by them

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  • Deanne Williams 3 months ago

    I really enjoyed watching his live video on election night. I switched to a few others and went back to his. His was the best. Nice to see his younger clip!!

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  • ferox965 3 months ago

    They should NOT be allowed to wash the stink of Trump off them. Rub their noses in it.

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  • steve conn 3 months ago

    Kornacki is like a wholesome Jim Jordan.

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  • BithPlease 3 months ago

    Just a suggestion for the ‘Kornacki Cam’: it’s gotta be renamed to ‘Kornacki Kam’, ala ‘Mortal Kombat’ to get that harder-hitting ‘k’ sound, plus alliteration!

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  • malone sinclaire 3 months ago

    America makes me laugh…both DeSantis and Kemp controlled the electoral map in their states and the media acts surprised they both won. Give me a break. There are no other democracy’s that allow the candidate to dictate their own electoral map. There is so much wrong with Americas so called democracy.

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  • GrotrianSeiler 3 months ago

    What a great guest

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