President Obama became an official "lame duck" when Republicans gained control of the United States Senate and expanded their majority in the House of Representatives after Tuesday's elections. What next?

Republicans will have 52 to 54 seats in the Senate to take the majority role. Goodbye Harry Reid, hello Mitch McConnell. The question is that with a Republican congressional majority, will things change?

Many people across the country say that they are disillusioned with the political process, but it didn't show at the polls last night. Voters turned out and put Republicans in power. Will there now be movement on national security, immigration reform, the economy and foreign policy? Or will the president use his veto power on any proposals?

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