Nov 09, 2016

Republicans keep control of both houses of US Congress | News | GMA News Online

Republicans kept control of both chambers of the US Congress in Tuesdays election, empowering the party to reshape Washington along with Donald Trump, who won the White House for Republicans in a stunning upset. Current top breaking Philippine headlines regarding the nation, world, metro manila, regions and exclusive special investigative reports.

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