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Why Joe Biden's life will quickly get miserable if Republicans take over the House

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Congressional Republicans have big plans to thwart the Biden administration's agenda. AP Photo/Evan Vucci
Republicans have big plans to thwart Joe Biden if they reclaim the US House.
Biden foes like Reps. Jim Jordan and Marjorie Taylor Greene would get more powerful.
The GOP can't wait to grill Cabinet secretaries and investigate Hunter Biden.
Republicans can't wait to make Joe Biden's life miserable if they take back control of the US House in the upcoming midterm elections. Odds are high that the GOP will wrest control of the House from Democrats in 2022. They've got a decent shot of...
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