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  • "I think the president is going to be much more aggressive about defining" Republicans, Mr. Rosenberg said. "I think the president is going to be much more willing to go after the Republicans in a very Reaganesque manner to call them out when they're not working in the national interest."

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  • Mr. Rosenberg said the real lessons will have to be learned by Republicans, who are likely to have a bigger voice in government and will be under pressure to find issues on which they can work with Mr. Obama.

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