How Biden, McConnell could find themselves in familiar role as negotiating partners
Added 10-24-20 09:29:01am EST - “If Republicans hold the Senate and Biden defeats President Donald Trump to win the presidency, Biden and McConnell would find themselves in the familiar role of negotiating partners.” - Foxnews.com
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