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Today President Obama to work with Republican leaders after a wave sweeping election that control Republican control of the Senate and the largest GOP House majority since 1930.
"Obviously, Republicans had a good night, and deserve credit for running good campaigns," Obama said. The message of the election, he added, was that Americans want their leaders to "work as hard as they do."
Obama then talked about some new items on the agenda for the "lame-duck" Congress - A $6.2 billion emergency spending bill that would pay for efforts to fight Ebola and explicit congressional authorization for his war against the Islamic State also known as ISL or ISIS.
Mr. Obama spoke to reporters for an hour and a half Wednesday from the East Room, a more formal venue than the briefing room. It's the same place where President George W. Bush talked about his "thumping" in the 2006 midterm elections, and where President Obama discussed his "shellacking" in 2010.
Obama kept himself from using similarly vivid language to describe Tuesday's Democratic defeat, and also declined to analyze its causes.
"When it comes to the political analysis, that's your job," he told reporters. "But what is also true is I am the president of the United States, and I think, understandably, people are going to ask for greater accountability and more responsibility from me than from anyone else in this town. Appropriately so, and I welcome that."
Republicans said Obama's remarks showed he "didn't get the message of yesterday's election." Party Chairman Reince Priebus wondered, "Is he detached or in denial?"
Obama's commented just a few minutes after Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. The new Senate Majority Leader in the next Congress, outlined his agenda to reporters in Louisville: trade deals, tax reform and changes to unpopular provisions of the Affordable Care Act. But McConnell also repeatedly noted that Obama's veto pen was a powerful tool.
Obama, never using the word "veto," said at the press conference: "Congress will pass some bills I cannot sign. I'm pretty sure I will take some actions that some in Congress will not like. That's how this democracy works. I may not passs everything because I can choose not to." A rather boasting President said as if he was the world's leader.