President Obama headlined his first and only campaign event with a 2014 Senate candidate this election cycle over the weekend, just days before voters head to the polls to decide which house will control the Senate during his final two years in office.
Facing the real possibility of a midterm electoral defeat, President Obama has directed his team to forge a policy agenda to regain momentum for his final two years in office even as some advisers urge that he rethink the way he governs.
Without waiting for results from elections on Tuesday that few in the White House expect to go well for President Obama, top aides have met for weeks to plot the final quarter of his presidency.
ABC’s Mary Bruce joined us to discuss.
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