Former GOP Rep: Biden may have luck with split Congress
As President-elect Joe Biden plans for his transition, regardless of President Trump's legal maneuverings to reverse the results of the election, Capitol Hill will look much different in January: Democrats will hold the House in in the new Congress, albeit with a slimmer majority. Republicans have 50 Senate seats locked up, meaning they'll maintain control unless Democrats sweep both January runoff elections in Georgia. Still, former Republican Rep. Bob Inglis, who served six terms representing part of South Carolina, thinks a split Congress could still better bargain with the incoming Biden administration. He joined Jim on The Final 5 to look at where both sides might be able to compromise.