There is no easy answer when it comes to deciding whether or not Trump is to blame for the Democrats keeping control of the Senate. It is clear that Republicans had high hopes of taking back the Senate in this past election, but they ultimately fell short.
However, it is worth noting that Republicans were defending more seats than the Democrats this time around, which may have made it more difficult for them to win.
Ultimately, it will be up to Republicans and conservatives to decide if they believe Trump bears some of the blame for the Democrats’ success in the Senate.
Some may argue that Trump’s unpopularity among certain demographics cost Republicans votes and, consequently, seats in the Senate. Others may claim that Trump’s policies and agenda were not well-received by certain key voting blocs, such as women and young people, which also contributed to the Republicans’ loss.
Only time will tell if Republicans will be able to regain control of the Senate in future elections. In the meantime, it will be important for conservatives to closely monitor Trump’s performance and hold him accountable for his actions.