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The Trump Conundrum: Republicans Will Run US Government, But Incoming President Is A Wildcard

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An underlying question is how well a President Trump will work with lawmakers in his own party, many of whom did not see eye to eye with the candidate at the top of their ticket during the campaign. There is also more uncertainty than usual about anticipated cabinet and agency appointments, such as for FDA and CMS, under the Trump administration.

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