The channel announced that Vujity Tvrtko will continue his career as an American correspondent for the ATV Group. The reporter and presenter will cover the upcoming US midterm elections for the ATV Group, as well as provide an ongoing report on the effects of the economic and energy crisis on everyday life.
“In our tumultuous world, information is power and strength, and I will do everything in my power to serve Hungarian viewers from the American continent as best as possible,” Fojti Tvertko said.
The reporter moved with his family to the United States two years ago, where they first lived on the island of Hawaii, and in the summer they moved to Florida. He said this area is dear to his heart because he studied journalism at the University of Miami and has been living here for a long time.
As we wrote in our previous article, Americans vote for one-third of the 100 Senate seats and all of the House of Representatives seats in the US midterm elections. By default, these elections always revolve around the ruling president and almost always result in the defeat of the ruling president’s party. According to current forecasts, this historical trend will not change this year either; the Republican Party almost certainso that he can get a majority in the House of Representatives, and You have a good chance Also to a narrow majority in the Senate.
However, in addition to winning economic problems, two themes also emerged that could interfere with the Republican victory march. The first is abortion, which the ultra-conservative Supreme Court removed from basic rights in June and which Republican-led member states are trying to make completely impossible by bidding against each other.
The other is the skillfully orchestrated series of hearings for the House committee investigating the storming of the Capitol last January, in which ex-Trump confidants showed how the former president attempted to alter the outcome of the 2020 presidential election by rigging the election, and then incited his followers to storm the House The US legislature when he ran out of options.
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