Donald Trump's collision course with Republicans

The president-elect's policies could quickly meet with some surprising opposition

Donald Trump has the ability to make unprecedented compromises.
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No doubt President-elect Donald Trump will face his share of unexpected procedural hiccups as he begins his four-year term on Jan. 20.

Doubtless, too, that his focus at the start of his term will not be the focus at the end of it. Events tend to change what a president can do.

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