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Obama's New Placeholder: Loretta Lynch

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While President Obama is unveiling a whole boatload of new policies the new Republican controlled Senate is likely to fight him on a few, if not most, of those topics. From what we can tell, the GOP is likely to find common ground with the President on the Trans Pacific Trade Partnership, and the Net Neutrality movement with the FCC. Where President Obama and the Republican Senate might start to drift apart, is over Loretta Lynch. But before Lynch can accept the position, the Senate has to confirm Obama's decision. If you remember, it was a Republican House that blocked Obama's appointee for Surgeon General, that led him to appoint the Ebola czar. Both sides have strategies and tactics they can use, but ultimately, it will come down to this: Does Loretta Lynch see eye to eye with any Republicans in the Senate? Obama says he is confident she will get confirmed by the Senate. But when we took a closer look, she isn't really all that different from Eric Holder. Lynch agr

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