President Obama and congressional leaders will meet at the White House on Friday to chart a path forward after Tuesday’s midterm elections.
The meeting comes just two days after the president pledged to work with Republican leaders and put two new items on the agenda for the lame-duck Congress: an Ebola emergency spending bill and explicit congressional authorization to take on ISIS.
On Thursday, House Speaker Boehner took center stage with his warning that the president will “poison the well” for the new Congress if he takes executive action to address immigration.
ABC’s Jeff Zeleny joined us to discuss.
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