Dec 27, 2016

Six predictions for the 115th Congress | Washington Examiner

The combination of a Republican White House and Congress opens up a world of possibilities for the GOP to advance priorities that were stalled for the last eight years under Obama. But it doesn't mean all Republicans think alike. Some are likely to oppose plans for a huge infrastructure spending bill, something President-elect Trump proposed during the campaign. And being surrounded by...

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