Jennifer Steinhauer

New York Times

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Next week, the House and the Senate will be trying to clean up left-over business from the Obama era before a newly elected Congress begins the Trump Era next year.

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Wisconsin Republican  Paul Ryan  is now the 62nd House Speaker  , elected today by a comfortable margin. But he's not trying to hide the chaos that led to his taking the gavel.

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