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Obama on Bipartisan Accomplishments: U.S. 'Not Doomed to Endless Gridlock'

Calling recent weeks "the most productive post-election period we've had in decades," President Obama took a victory lap of sorts Wednesday afternoon in a White House news conference, but he noted some significant disappointments and outlined goals for the incoming Congress. The president said that after midterm elections, many "predicted Washington would be headed for more partisanship and more gridlock. Instead, this has been a season of progress for the American people," adding that the recent accomplishments in a surprisingly productive lame-duck session of Congress demonstrate "we are not doomed to endless gridlock."
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