A Marietta College professor had his thoughts about President Barack Obama's second term after he won the presidential election yesterday.
Doctor Michael Tager talked about the challenges the president faces over the next four years.
He says the makeup of congress will make it difficult for either side of the aisle to get things done easily.
"Well, I think his biggest challenge is he still got a republican majority of the house to deal with. He got re-elected for a second term but so did the fairly conservative republican majority of the house," says Doctor Tager.
Tager also said that the demographics of the elections are changing.
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