After Election, Obama Vows to Work With, and Without, Congress
By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS and PETER BAKER
WASHINGTON — President Obama shook off an electoral drubbing on Wednesday and said he was eager to find common ground with Republicans during the final two years of his presidency, but he swiftly defied their objections by vowing to bypass Congress and use his executive authority to change the nation’s immigration system.
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