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Nov 7, 2018 President Trump touted the midterm election returns and claimed personal credit for expanding the GOP Senate majority the day after Americans went to the polls. He even argued that he could get more done with a Democratic House, and warned the party not to launch investigations of him. But Nancy Pelosi, the likely speaker-to-be, insisted Democrats will hold Trump accountable. Judy Woodruff reports.

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