When looking at some of the positives of this election cycle, I think it inspires some hope to see an increase in voters - and, in turn, more members of the Republican party - signaling they are ready to move on from Trump. Pennsylvania itself is a good example with Shapiro toppling Trump-crony Mastriano by over 14 points, while Oz, who with Trump at his side just eked out a primary win, could not defeat a candidate with whom many (uneducated) voters had become concerned was unfit for the position.
One could argue that had a stronger candidate been in place - let's say McCormick, who should have easily seen a 1,000-vote swing in the primary had Trump endorsed him instead - Republicans perhaps not only win that seat, but with it control of the Senate as well. So Trump, then, can be said to have cost the party control of the Senate...again. (Of course, the fact still remains that 2.5 million voters still thought Oz was better suited, but one step at a time.)
Trump of course is pointing to his endorsements over the entire landscape, but that's a flawed argument since the majority of these were incumbents in heavily red regions. In the crucial races, where Senate majorities were at stake, or power over state election laws, they largely came up short.
Monday's Mar-a-Lago presser is going to be the kickoff to some fun times for the Republican party. Trump's raging narcissism won't let him step away from the announcement he relished in teasing at his rallies last weekend, even though he undoubtedly expected very different results. But he's incapable of assuming responsibility, so it's all their fault and on to MAGA 2024! ...only I think Rs are at long last regressing to the mean and finding some sanity in more centrist policies again.. oh, right, DeSantis is their next in line.