- The Washington Times - Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Even before the full results of Tuesday’s elections came in, President Obama made plans to reach across the aisle and began to prepare for life with a Congress fully controlled by Republicans.

Administration officials said Tuesday night the president will meet with House and Senate leaders at the White House on Friday.

“The President has invited bipartisan, bicameral congressional leaders to a meeting at the White House on Friday afternoon,” a White House official said Tuesday night.


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The GOP is expected to retain control of the House and also could find itself in command of the Senate.

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